401 Getting Valid Data on Your Compliance Training

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, November 14

Learning evaluation has always been difficult, but today, with old practices being discredited and new technologies disrupting old ways of thinking, the discipline of learning evaluation is exploding in confusion.

In this session, we will examine fundamental principles and research-based insights, and a new learning-evaluation model, that may better measure impact and effectiveness. You'll learn about dangerous biases in evaluation and a radical new approach to learner feedback, and make sense of how to evaluate your compliance training. Even if your organization is just doing compliance training because it has to, this session will help you deconstruct compliance training and wrap your head around meaningful goals and how to measure them.

Will Thalheimer


TiER1 Performance

Will Thalheimer, PhD, MBA, is a world-renowned speaker, writer, researcher, and consultant focused on research-based best practices for learning design, learning evaluation, and presentation design. At TiER1, Will works with multi-capability teams helping organizations activate their business and learning strategies—through their people. Prior to TiER1, Will founded and ran Work-Learning Research for 22 years, where his research reviews are still available. Will wrote the award-winning book Performance-Focused Learner Surveys (second edition); created LTEM, the Learning-Transfer Evaluation Model, the Presentation Science Workshop, and co-created the eLearning Manifesto. Will has the honor of being a Learning Guild Master.

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