Most learning programs have the goal of supporting behavior change, even a change as simple as getting people to do their job better. Organizational learning traditionally measures desired outcomes in terms of “learning objectives,” which are fairly straightforward to identify. In contrast, identifying the root cause of behavior change problems is considerably more complex.
In this session, Julie Dirksen will examine the differences between analyzing learning objectives and diagnosing behavior change problems. You will explore behavior change from multiple angles, including why people do what they do today, why they may resist changing their behavior tomorrow, and more. You will leave this session with strategies you can use to diagnose behavior change problems in the organizations you support.
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