The 70.20.10 Introductory Programme

This eight-week learning experience will introduce the 70.20.10 model and provide an opportunity to apply your learning immediately while receiving expert coaching support throughout the entire process.
Dates 15 Nov 2016 12:00 pm (UTC -5) 10 Jan 2017 12:00 pm (UTC -5)
Place Online

70.20.10 Introductory Programme By The 70.20.10 Institute And Fort Hill Company

The 70.20.10 Institute and Fort Hill Company are co-sponsoring the first ever virtual 70.20.10 Introductory Programme in North America.

The 70:20:10 Introductory Programme Will Enable You To:

  • Gain insight into the most important principles of 70.20.10 and the new roles and tasks involved in successful implementations.
  • Develop an understanding of the benefits and challenges involved in using 70.20.10 as a framework for your L&D initiatives.
  • Apply the new roles to your L&D team and immediately practice the Performance Detective role.
  • Develop and begin implementing a 70.20.10 action plan for your organisation.
  • Capture, share and discuss challenges and experiences with your colleagues in the programme and at work.

The 70:20:10 Introductory Programme Includes:

  • Two 90-minute virtual sessions delivered by Charles Jennings, the recognized global expert on 70:20:10, and Vivian Heijnen, a co-founder of the 70.20.10 Institute and expert in implementing 70:20:10 in large organisations. Charles and Vivian are also co-authors of the new 70.20.10 towards 100% performance book together with author Jos Arets.
  • Guided experiential application on the job using Fort Hill’s 70-20 learning activation platform to work on a series of challenges designed to build your effectiveness as a Performance Detective. In addition to working on this first of 5 new L&D roles, you will also use 70-20 to begin implementing a 70.20.10 action plan for 4 weeks following Session 2.
  • Social learning and coaching from the facilitators, programme participants, and one or more colleagues from your organisation.
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