DescriptionTo distinguish an L&D program that affects learner behavior, you must put results first. Doing so helps you show the value of your work as a learning consultant and demonstrate the value of L&D activities. In this issue of TD at Work , Chris Adams and Beth Hughes introduce the Results Come First framework. You will discover:
- how results should come first when engaging with clients
- the forces that may throw off the balance of your development initiative
- examples of how the framework works in action.
American Society for Training & Development
30 January 2020
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