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June '23 - ATD CIC Monthly Program

  • 16 Jun 2023
  • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Ivy Tech Community College - Indianapolis Campus, Ivy Tech Culinary School Penthouse, 2820 N. Meridian Street, 46208


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Get Out of the Training Box!

Training and Development to Performance Improvement with Boxes Approach

Facilitated by 

Debrah Worland (she/her)

Cox Automotive Mobility Fleet Services

Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Performance Thinking Practitioner, Instructional Designer

Friday, June 16, 2023

7:30 AM:  Networking & Gathering

8:00 - 9:30 AM: Program & Q&A

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Session Description

Do you ever feel like you are stuck in a box? Like your organization asks for a training and when you make other recommendations, they ask you to stick with just doing the training? That as a training professional, you are not able to have the impact on your organization that you know you have the capacity to? Discover ways to help align and coordinate all factors, including training, that affect employee performance. This session will explore challenges that many professionals in T&D face related to the scope of their influence and impact, summarize key elements of the Six Boxes approach to performance improvement, and describe how this approach can help us transition from training and development to performance improvement.

Session Takeaways/Outcomes

As attendees to this program, members will:

  • Identify common challenges for training and development
  • Identify the steps of the Performance Chain
  • Identify the parts of the Six Boxes Model
  • State why a focus on Work Outputs can be more beneficial than focusing on behavior

About the Facilitator

Debrah Worland is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a Performance Thinking Practitioner who has transitioned into an Instructional Designer role. Her passion is bridging the fields of Talent Development and Behavior Analysis so that learning in the workplace is accessible to neurodiverse and neurotypical individuals alike. Her background is in psychology and she has a Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis, where she became interested in applying the science of learning to instructional design.


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