Lack of accountability for trainers and trainees
The absence of clear expectations and consequences for trainers and trainees to ensure they are meeting their learning and development goals.
Lack of comparability between evaluations
The absence of a standardized method for evaluating the effectiveness of learning and development programs, making it difficult to compare results across different programs.
Programs and activities designed to enhance the leadership skills and abilities of individuals within an organization.
Leading vs lagging indicators
Indicators that predict future performance versus those that measure past performance.
An approach to education that focuses on the needs and interests of the learner.
The use of data analysis to measure the effectiveness of learning and development programs and identify areas for improvement.
Learning and Development (L&D) programs
Programs designed to improve the knowledge, skills, and abilities of employees to enhance their job performance and career development.
Learning and development programs
Formal training programs designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of employees and improve their job performance.
Learning and development strategy
A plan outlining the goals, objectives, and methods for improving the knowledge and skills of employees within an organization.
The process of evaluating an individual’s knowledge or skills to determine their level of understanding and identify areas for improvement.
The values, beliefs, and practices that support and promote continuous learning and development within an organization or community.
The process of assessing the effectiveness of learning and development programs and activities.
The specific outcomes or achievements that an individual aims to accomplish through learning and development activities.
Learning integration endurance
The ability to sustain and apply learning over time, even in the face of changing circumstances and challenges.
The degree of proficiency or expertise an individual has in a particular area of knowledge or skill.
Learning level evaluation
The process of assessing an individual’s level of knowledge and skill in a particular area.
Learning management system (LMS)
A software application used to manage and deliver online training and education.
Quantitative measures used to evaluate the effectiveness of learning and development programs.
Specific, measurable goals that are set for learning and development activities.
Learning Objectives Alignment
The process of aligning an individual’s learning objectives with the goals and objectives of an organization.
The specific knowledge, skills, and abilities that an individual is expected to acquire as a result of learning and development activities.
Learning Outcomes Monitoring
The process of tracking and evaluating the effectiveness of learning and development initiatives.
Learning Progression Tracking
The process of monitoring and evaluating an individual’s progress in learning and development over time.
The speed at which an individual acquires new knowledge and skills.
Techniques and methods used to enhance learning and improve retention of information.
The process of applying knowledge and skills learned in training to the workplace.
The ability to apply knowledge and skills learned in one context to new situations and settings.
Learning transfer success
The degree to which learning is successfully applied in the workplace and leads to improved performance and outcomes.
Learning transfer system inventory (LTSI)
A tool used to assess the factors that influence the transfer of learning from training to the workplace.
Legal compliance requirements
The legal requirements that must be met when conducting an evaluation.
The legal requirements and regulations that must be considered when conducting an evaluation.
Level of independence needed
The degree to which an individual can work independently to achieve their goals.
Levels of assessment
The different stages or levels of evaluation used to measure learning outcomes and progress.
A type of rating scale used in surveys and questionnaires to measure attitudes and opinions on a range of topics.
Limited data collection methods
The use of a restricted set of methods to collect data in research studies, which may limit the scope and accuracy of the findings.
The ability to use reasoning and critical thinking skills to solve problems and make decisions based on evidence and sound arguments.
A study that follows participants over an extended period of time.
Longitudinal study design
A research design that follows participants over an extended period of time.
Goals that are set for a significant period of time, typically several years or more, and require sustained effort and commitment to achieve.
The lasting effects of learning and development on an individual’s personal and professional life.