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Case summary of training in action

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The transfer of training is defined as the amount of learning in training that is actually transferred to the persons job (Blanchard & Thacker, p.182). The goal of any training session is to ensure that the learning objective was conveyed accurately and efficiently to trainees. In doing so, the accurate and efficient training is taken back to the work environment and employed by trainees to improve individual and organizational performance. Below we'll review case 5-2, Training in Action, and how this situation executes the transfer of training that took place during a three-day workshop on interviewing skills for an executive research firm.

Transfer of training is defined by the authors as having three types of outcomes: positive, zero, and negative transfer (p.182). These three outcomes are obvious in nature. Dr. Richard Camp makes his first step in a positive transfer of training by meeting ...

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