Are you faced with providing more training using fewer resources? This comprehensive book introduces new concepts and tools that will show you how to help your employees and associates take more effective responsibility for their own development.
The editors show how to reorient traditional instructional methods such as role plays, case studies, goal setting, and coaching for SDL; and also discuss more effective use of technologies such as CBT, the world wide web, and electronic mail for self-directed learning. Detailed case studies document the effectiveness of SDL.
Several reproducible instruments are included: learning style assessment, leadership competencies, OJT techniques, learning about your organization, and individual development plans. This is a practical guide, with ready-to-use resources to put learners in charge of their own learning.
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William Rothwell is a Professor of Workforce Education and Development affiliated with the College of Education and a professional associate of Management Development.
Before joining the Penn State faculty, Dr. Rothwell was Assistant Vice President and Management Development Director of the Franklin Life Insurance Company and training director for the Illinois Office of the Auditor General. He has worked full-time as a training and development professional since 1979 and has been a consultant to 32 multinational corporations.
Dr. Rothwell earned a Ph.D. in Education with a specialty in Human Resource Development from the University of Illinois. He is also a registered Organization Development Consultant (RODC) and a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).
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