A toolkit is a training manual produced by Fenman. It gives you 101 easy-to-use tools that will help you and your managers learn and develop. Your invaluable learning and development collection You'll have 101 different questionnaires, checklists and proformas at your fingertips. They have all been carefully chosen to provide you with the widest range of.
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- A toolkitis a training manual produced by Fenman. It gives you 101 easy-to-use tools that will help you and your managers learn and develop.
Your invaluable learning and development collection
You'll have 101 different questionnaires, checklists and proformas at your fingertips. They have all been carefully chosen to provide you with the widest range of applications across a broad spectrum of situations.
Essential tools for all your training
Questionnaires, checklists and proformas are vital components of a trainer's toolkit, (and a managers as well!) but can be time-consuming and difficult to develop successfully. They may be used for many different purposes: gathering information, analysing and evaluating data or ideas, collating individuals' thoughts and feedback and acting as a prompt or an aide mémoire, to name but a few.
Designed for Ease of Use
- A toolkitis designed for you to dip into and pull out winning activities whenever you need them. Each activity comes with:
· Purpose- a quick overview of the type and scope of the tool
· When to use- when to use the tool for best advantage
· How to use -suggestions for how the tool may be used, either by yourself or by others
· Logo- the logo Q, C and P appears on the first page of each unit and enables you to see at a glance whether the tool is a questionnaire, checklist or proforma
· 'OK to copy'handout masters are included as appropriate
· CD-ROM- containing the whole pack as an Adobe®Acrobat® pdf file< P>
· Applications grid- gives you a speedy reference aid to the uses of the tools.
Authors: Clare Forrest, Malcolm Harper, Dai Jenkins, Mike Levy, Mike Pedler, Arthur Proud, Larry Reynolds, David Simmonds, Margaret Zuppinger.
'OK to Copy' Pages: 190
Contents1. Administering a case study
2. Analysing a case study
3. Are you a learning organisation?
4. Assessing and evaluating discussions
5. Assessing learning needs
6. Assessing your presentation
7. Assumptions about action learning
8. Celebrating success
9. Change agent selection and analysis
10. Checking the conditions for action learning
11. Choosing a good project
12. Coaching questions
13. Conference and seminar learning log
14. Considerations for a networked learning system
15. Considerations for computer-based training
16. Considerations for leading discussions
17. Considerations for secondments and attachments
18. Considerations for volunteering
19. Content of written exercises
20. Cost-benefit analysis
21. Deciding when and how to use a focused discussion
22. Designing an in-tray exercise
23. Designing a training programme
24. Designing computer-based learning
25. Determining a role-play scenario
26. Determining questions to use in a focused discussion
27. Developing an assessment centre
28. Developing a development centre
29. Devising a case study
30. Discussing a secondment or attachment
31. Do we really need a consultant?
32. Equipment survey for blended training
33. Evaluating open learning materials
34. Facilitator skills withPandQ
35. Factors affecting commitment
36. Giving a presentation
37. Finance jargon buster
38. Five whys
39. Gathering additional job data
40. Good questions for working in action learning sets
41. Guiding self-directed learning
42. How 'blended' are you already?
43. How do you learn?
44. How do you rate yourself?
45. Integrative behaviour analysis
46. Internet learning log
47. Issues for an action learning set facilitator
48. Job shadowing
49. Leadership feedback
50. Learner satisfaction
51. Learning and change
52. Learning design variables
53. Learning from mentoring
54. Learning objectives
55. Learning relationships
56. Making a persuasive presentation
57. Management development competencies
59. Multiple Intelligences
60. Options for a presentation exercise
61. Organisational readiness for action learning
62. Personal learning
63. Personal training evaluation
64. Perspectives for networked multimedia learning
65. Planning a learning resource centre
66. Planning a sabbatical
67. Planning a group exercise
68. Planning work experience
69. Presentations: observation and assessment
70. Pre-training event
71. Pre-training survey
72. Project goals analysis
73. Project management skills check
74. Project troubleshooting
75. Qualities of a successful mentor
76. Questionnaire content
77. Questionnaire development
78. Reviewing key job criteria
79. Running group exercises
80. Sabbatical or exchange report
81. Secondment, attachment or visit report
82. Selecting learning methods
83. Staff attitude survey
84. State-changing factors
85. Steps to integrate learning and work
86. Team leadership: Success factors
87. The learning contract
88. The seven-point selection plan
89. The trust test
90. The weakest link
91. Training event evaluation
92. Training event validation
93. Understanding sales and marketing
94. Understanding strategy
95. Using a presentation exercise - how ready are you?
96. Using a role-play exercise - how ready are you?
97. Using psychometric tests - how ready are you?
98. Using written exercises - how ready are you?
99. What state are you in?
100. Writing your own case studies
101. Your attitudes to training and development
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