What to Do When Learning Is Not the Answer

  • 19 Oct 2017
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • The Employers Association 3020 W Arrowood Rd., Charlotte, NC 28273
  • 68

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Christopher Adams

Most instructional designers are adept at conducting needs assessments, but designers often face an uncomfortable client conversation when an assessment reveals that learning (or learning alone) will not address the needs they’ve uncovered.

In this session, we’ll explore a method for navigating this conversation, by identifying three root cause categories which underlie business and performance results. We’ll discuss root cause examples and both instructional and non-instructional solutions appropriate to each category. Finally, we’ll discuss a process for helping your client select the right set of solutions.

About  Christopher Adams:

Chris Adams is a performance consultant and instructional designer with over 20 years of experience helping clients engage people, apply processes, and implement technology to improve human and organizational performance. He has been a featured speaker for a number of ISPI and ATD chapters and has presented at regional and international conferences for organizations including ATD, Training Magazine, and ISPI. Chris is currently a senior consultant for Handshaw, Inc. in Charlotte, NC and partners with Dana Robinson to offer performance consulting services to their clients. He is also a doctoral student at Old Dominion University, where his research interests include applying new perspectives from design research to human performance improvement.

5:00 - Networking

5:45 - Dinner

6:45 - Speaker

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