Kineo Webinar: Designing A Management Development Program To Get Results

Join Kineo's Cammy Bean, Solutions Consultant, and Dr. Chip Cleary, VP of Design, Solutions and Consulting, as they share 4 principles you can embrace to help front-line mangers bridge the Learning-Doing Gap, Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 10:00a.m. CST.
Dates 19 May 2016 10:00 am (UTC -5) 19 May 2016 11:00 am (UTC -5)
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Kineo Webinar: Designing A Management Development Program To Get Results

Are you happy with how you develop front-line managers (aka supervisors, team leads, first-time managers)? If so, count yourself among the few. Most organizations are not. In fact, KnowledgeAdvisors (2015) reports that "41% of training on Frontline Leader Development is not applied back on the job."

There’s a lot of great content on management skills both for the classroom and online, so what’s the problem?

In talking with organizations, Kineo had heard a consistent tale of woe. They start from a position of strength: they know what skills to develop and are able to provide compelling training content but once the training is complete new managers revert to old habits, like the training never happened. Business Wire reports that nearly 60% of front-line managers underperform during their first two years in the seat, driving performance gaps and employee turnover across the entire frontline.

In short, they fall into what we call the Learning-Doing Gap. In this Kineo webinar, Cammy Bean and Chip Cleary discuss what they have uncovered about the Learning-Doing Gap and four principles you can embrace to help front-line managers bridge it.

About Cammy Bean

An e-learning veteran since the mid-90s, Cammy has worked in a wide range of industries, from financial services to retail and manufacturing. She has played the role of instructional designer, writer, project manager, and multimedia producer for clients such as BP, Barclays, Fidelity Investments, Putnam and Shaw's Supermarkets.

About Chip Cleary

Chip has worked for over 20 years to help organizations improve their approaches to learning. He began his career as a strategy consultant with Boston Consulting Group and a technologist with Intermetrics. In 1991 Chip joined the Institute for the Learning Sciences at Northwestern University, a research lab dedicated to developing better technology-enabled learning experiences. He then became an early member of Cognitive Arts where he led design for the corporate division. After Cogntive Arts was acquired by NIIT, Chip led NIIT's Advisory Services practice for a decade, overseeing over 100 engagements running across performance consulting, curriculum design, outsourcing assessments, and strategic training assessments. Chip has a BS from Yale University, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and a Ph.D. from Northwestern.

So, join the Kineo webinar and Cammy Bean with Dr. Chip Cleary now.

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