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A2ASTD Special October Workshop | The Game Changer: Making the Shift from Tactical Training to Strategic Solutions

  • 05 Oct 2012
  • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • NSF International, 789 Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
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  • Included with this full-day workshop registration:
    - Lunch
    - Session Workbook
    - Step by Step guide to facilitating this approach in your workplace
    - Electronic resource file to support the 15-point performance improvement model
    - Optional: post-event, one-on-one “speed consulting” with Bill

    $99
    Friday, October 5, 2012
    9:00AM-3:00PM
    Location: NSF International, 789 Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105

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Register for this special event today and learn more about the successful approach used by Farmer's Insurance, rated #1 as best in learning organizations!

The Game Changer: Making the Shift from Tactical Training to Strategic Solutions

Date: Friday, October 5, 2012
Time: 9 AM - 3 PM
Place: NSF International, 789 Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Cost: $99

Learn how to deliver measurable business outcomes and gain all-around buy-in for learning, through the15 point performance improvement model that earned Farmers Insurance recognition as one of the best learning organizations in the world. Bill Wilson from Inner Harbor Partners will share with you his model that Farmers uses to solve performance problems.


In this interactive workshop, you will immerse yourself in Bill’s 15-point performance improvement and instructional design model. With this tool, you will make the shift from designing and delivering tactical training programs to developing strategic solutions in your workplace. Listen as Bill describes this session [click the image below to view video.]

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By attending and participating in this workshop, your training will be enhanced and the following objectives achieved:

- Understand the 15-point model to ensure a successful performance improvement project
- Build consensus among stakeholders to identify the key business challenges
- Agree on success measures for the project
- Gain confidence in talking with stakeholders about solving performance issues
- Explore ways to deliver measureable Level 4 results
- Position training initiatives as a strategic solution
- Gain hands-on experience through practice facilitating a session
- Address top line business challenges and achieve bottom line results

What's In It For YOU!

You will receive:
- Lunch
- Session Workbook
- Step by Step guide to facilitating this approach in your workplace
- Electronic resource file to support the 15-point performance improvement model
- Optional: post-event, one-on-one “speed consulting” with Bill



About the Presenter, Bill Wilson
Bill Wilson has been in the training and performance improvement arena for over 30 years. He is Vice President of Inner Harbor Partners, in Tallahassee, FL. In addition to his performance improvement work, Bill has been an award winning journalist, a HR manager, labor negotiator, senior school system administrator, elected School Board Member and manager of a multi-media production firm. He is an articulate speaker, designer and facilitator. Bill is also an inventor, holding two US patents.
Bill is the Past President of the International Alliance for Learning, serving on their Executive Committee and Board of Directors. He is also a national member of ASTD and has been active with ASTD chapters in FL, MD and Washington D.C. He has presented a variety of topics at state, regional, national and international professional conferences.


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