Learning from Feedback & Evaluation

Learning from Feedback & Evaluation

Seven Dimensions
Updated Jul 20, 2024

What you'll learn

  • It’s a good idea for trainers to:
  • Ask for feedback from participants
  • Remember their own body language is always on display to trainees
  • Be over-prepared
  • Be flexible with urgent issues
  • Know if the client’s desired changes have resulted from the training
Course Description

As an experienced trainer, Kylie Bell knows the importance of continuous improvement, for both her clients and herself. It is good practice for trainers to personalize their course handouts and to seek feedback from participants. Trainers also need to remember they are on show: their body language is always on display. Speaking to clients about the outcomes sought and what has resulted from the training is essential.

Even trainers need to improve! Kylie Bell recommends feedback forms, monitoring handouts, body language, preparation and training outcomes.

This program is one of the Insights and Strategies Series, featuring psychologist Eve Ash interviewing a range of experts and business leaders who share their experiences and practical strategies for achieving best practice.

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Business Outcomes

This program is designed to help people develop their skills as a trainer and facilitator. Find out how to design powerful training programs, and explain and train so learners are engaged and your training is successful.