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October 7, 2020 30 min

Today, more than ever, businesses are focusing on driving outcomes.  They cannot afford to train without success.  However, there is often a disconnect between managers/directors/stakeholders, and those who are creating the training.  This is due, in part, to a miscommunication.  Trainers often feel that they need to focus on course completion, employee satisfaction, and the ease of using an LMS.  However, stakeholders don't simply want completion and satisfaction.  They desire changes from the learners that result in higher productivity and profit.  By learning how to clearly define the outcome, Stephen hopes the Training Outcome Designer™ will build a bridge between the two parties...because both want the overall success of their people and their company.

To download your free PDF of the Training Outcome Designer™, text "#outcomes" (include the hashtag) to 512-379-5599, or click on this link: Training Outcome Designer.

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