Closing the Performance Gap

In this workshop we will prepare to conduct a performance needs assessment, identify the causes of performance gaps, and identify the outcomes that support closing the performance gap. This workshop is geared towards mid-level Performance and Learning professionals, certification candidates, and heads of learning departments wishing to instill best practices among their teams.

Key Workshop Outcomes

  • Identify the risks of making assumptions when assessing performance needs

  • Use questioning to determine performance gaps and desired business outcomes

  • Summarize possible causes of performance gaps that are not training-related

  • Identify the outcomes of in-depth performance needs assessment

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Assessing Performance Needs
    • Pre-Workshop Reflection
    • Assessing Performance Needs: Readiness Activity
    • Live Facilitated Workshop - Zoom Video Conference Access, July 4, 2 - 3:30 pm ET
    • Assessing Performance Needs: Additional Resources
    • Post-Workshop Questionnaire

Bonus Resources

Take your learning further with these enrichment resources

  • Recommended Resources

    Inside the workshop, access a downloadable document with references to recommended reading resources

  • Deep Discussions

    Along with access to the recorded workshop, you'll receive a transcript of the rich discussion that happened in the chat area

  • Virtual Community

    You'll be sent access to the private 'From Paper to Practice' virtual community, so you can engage in discussion and connect with your colleagues, outside of the workshops

Your Workshop Facilitator

  • Moe Poirier

    Facilitator

    Moe Poirier

    As Founding Partner of Shift Facilitation, Moe is on a mission to have corporate trainers reinvent themselves as change agents and value creators in their organizations. For over 15 years, he has honed his craft as a facilitator and a designer of training. Moe has a gift for bringing learning to life and motivating others to strive for more. He is an engineer, an entrepreneur, and an educator. The engineer is purposeful.The entrepreneur is creative. The educator is open. When you meet Moe, you experience a quiet confidence, and a generous spirit. Focus Areas: facilitation, training delivery, train-the-trainer, training design. Other Areas of Expertise: presentations, communication, story-telling, leadership, coaching, problem-solving, and strategic planning.

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Due to the success of From Paper to Practice, registration has opened for a second cycle of workshops, starting May 30, 2019.

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