From Training to Performance Consulting
American Society for Training and Development, Feb 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 16 pages
Reinventing your training department into a performance consulting department requires a roadmap. This Infoline is your quick and dirty guide. Not only does the issue give you the basics of performance consulting, but it provides detailed descriptions of the responsibilities, duties, and competencies expected of new performance consultants. Your roadmap for change also includes advice on how to make the transition successful by following a carefully crafted transition plan.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
able agers Alexandria areas ASTD Press become performance budgets business goals business needs business operations Change Manager client and consultant close the performance competencies Conduct consultant’s consulting services Cost-Benefit Analysis customer service decision makers deliver training desired performance effect employee development employees expected formance High Performance Human Performance Improvement human performance technology human resources Identify implementing improving performance Infoline J.C. Robinson job aids job support Jossey-Bass learning line managers linked mance consultant mance Improvement marketing measure ment ment’s mission statement orga organizational development organizational scan Paul Elliott Performance analyst performance consulting center Performance evaluation performance gap performance interventions performance problems products and services professional role Rothwell Rummler San Francisco shift from training specific strategies sulting departments sure Task Analysis tion tion’s trainers Training & Development training department training department’s training to performance transition ventions Workplace you’re
Page 1 - The shift from training to performance is beginning to manifest itself in changing titles, perceptions, and skill requirements for trainers." —William J. Rothwell To many, the shift from training to performance consulting means learning a new language. Trainees or learners become performers, trainers become performance consultants. The training department becomes a performance consulting center, performance improvement department, or performance enhancement division.
Page 1 - A paradigm shift is underway in the training field that requires training professionals to shift their focus from such traditional development inputs as classes and hours to such outputs as performance at the individual, team, and organizational levels. . . . The shift from training to performance is beginning to manifest itself in changing titles, perceptions, and skill requirements for trainers.