Many seminars are useless—it’s an open secret in HR circles. Less than 20 percent of what trainees learn (or supposedly learn) is actually put into practice. Small wonder that training programs regularly fall victim to budget cuts.
This book demonstrates that transfer success is manageable. The 12 levers to transfer effectiveness introduced here, which form a conclusive framework, represent the gist of scientific research for HR practitioners. Once familiar with these levers, you’ll know what determines transfer success and how to manage it.
Along with to the framework, the book offers more than 50 tools and interventions that HR developers, training providers and trainers can use to maximize the effectiveness of any training course or program.