See Measurement Through… Before, During, and With Ongoing Learning
Part 3: In this third (and final) part of a three-part series, we’re sharing important information from our most recent eBook you can use to explore innovative new ways to design and develop a customized, successful employee onboarding training program that scales.
As compared with previous control data, at only the five-week post-training benchmark—but with ongoing structured workflow challenges, performance supports, coaching, and accessible pulled continual learning—newly-hired Delta Reservations Specialists delivered:
If you’re in the understandable space that assumes that Kirkpatrick Levels 3 & 4 are not realistic, clearly these early Delta onboarding measures mark results way beyond Kirkpatrick Level 1 (learning happened) and Level 2 (learner reaction). These hybrid onboarding modalities and tactics were designed to and successfully achieved Level 3 and even projected Level 4 business results. Measurement at designated benchmarks will continue, watching progress as we go.
Here’s what the learning leaders and stakeholders at Delta have been saying:
What you can start doing…
None of this happens all at once, but it does start with a can-do attitude and getting into a mind space that’s prepared to:
- Expect the most of onboarding. Forget “check-the-box” mentality.
- Design to measure.
- Personalize the modalities so learners feel connected, confident, and like contributors sooner.
- See the measurement through.
Foremost, remember that happy endings often require hard work, trial and error, collaboration, and deep commitment to answering the questions: “What am I assuming?”; “What’s another way to do it?”; and “What’s next?”
If you’d like to talk about how the answers to those questions can help you, or any other learning design ideas, please reach out.