OC Chapter Learning Event: Training Company Veterans (Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks)

  • 10/26/2011
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DoubleTree Club Hotel, 7 Hutton Centre Dr., Santa Ana, CA

Registration

  • For registrations after earlybird pricing ends and walkins. Members can only register other members under the same registration. If you want to register a different member type, please start another registration.
  • Register by noon on the Monday before the meeting to receive the early registration rate. NOTE: Members can only register other members under the same registration. If you want to register a different member type, please start another registration.
  • For registrations after earlybird pricing ends and walkins. Non-members can only register other non-members under the same registration. If you want to register a different member type, please start another registration.
  • Early registration rate ends at midnight the Tuesday before the meeting. Non-members can only register other non-members under the same registration. If you want to register a different member type, please start another registration.
  • Coupon code required
  • For registrations after earlybird pricing ends and walkins. Students can only register other Students under the same registration. If you want to register a different member type, please start another registration.
  • Early registration rate ends at midnight the Tuesday before the meeting. NOTE: Students can only register other Students under the same registration. If you want to register a different member type, please start another registration.
How do you train “veterans,” meaning people who already know or are already performing a skill? It is easy to train people who are new to a skill; they know they don’t know how to perform it, they want to learn, and they automatically trust you as an expert. Folks who are already performing a skill, however, are often resistant. Thinking that they are already successful, they do not feel the need to attend training sessions and often question your authority. Even those with good attitudes often attend training, but fail to apply what they have learned afterward. Confidence often clouds the learning process. Many believe that they are already performing a skill perfectly that they do not take notice of the areas that they were off track.

Learn how to develop training plans and lessons that will help receive cooperation from Veterans and help them develop learning.

Don’t miss this highly interactive and immediately applicable learning event.

About the Speaker: Anthony Harmetz is a training professional with in-depth experience managing the training function as well as designing, developing and implementing comprehensive curricula. Anthony has an intense focus on making sure participants find training valuable, and apply that they have learned back in the real world.





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