|Mining Learning From Performance
To manage your own performance in accomplishing a task.
Knowledge and Skills Objectives
Introduction to Working With Others
Mining Learning From Performance
- Discover the importance of learning from one's experience
- Be able to explain the role of Working With Others skills in learning from
- Be able to explain what getting another's view is, why it is important,
and how it is achieved
- Be able to explain what clarifying and confirming is, when each is used,
and how each is accomplished
- Demonstrate getting another's view
- Be able to explain what mining learning from performance is, why it is important, and when it is done
- Be able to explain how to mine learning from performance
- Be able to identify the information needed to mine learning from performance
- Be able to acquire the information needed to mine learning from performance
- Be able to describe current performance
- Be able to analyze current performance
- Be able to extract learning from performance
- Be able to refine learning extracted from performance
- Be able to define a direction for improving one's next performance
- Demonstrate mining learning from performance in practice exercises
- Demonstrate mining learning from performance in a personal application
- Opening Training - prepares participants to work together in the
training and prepares the instructor to ensure that the learners' expectations
- Module 1: Overview - builds an image of what has hurt and helped
participants in learning from their own performance and relates that image
to what the course teaches, why, and how it accomplishes its objectives.
- Module 2: Introduction to Working With Others - explains the Working
With Others skills, provides practice using them, and an understanding of
how these skills relate to mining learning from performance.
- Module 3: Learning About Mining Learning From Performance - teaches
what mining learning from performance is, why it is important, when and where
it is used, what outputs the activity produces, what information resources
it requires, and how the SRLD™ method is done.
- Module 4: Describing and Analyzing Current Performance - teaches
how to describe a performance in terms of its task, targets, and results.
It also teaches how to breakdown the factors that enabled the level of achievement
realized as well as the factors that hindered still higher achievement.
- Module 5: Extracting Learning and Defining a Direction for Improving
One's Next Performance - teaches how to generate and refine learning and
define a set of actions to support improvement in task achievement.
- Module 6: Practicing Mining Learning From Performance - provides
exercises to build proficiency in mining learning from performance.
- Module 7: Applying What You Learned - provides an opportunity to
apply the SRLD™ method to learning from one's own performance.
- Closing Training - concludes the training, explores how learners
can strengthen their skills after training, and evaluates the course.
- Mining Learning From Performance Participant Coursebook - introduces
the course, explains the SRLD™ method,
communicates the importance of mining learning, supports participants in
practicing the SRLD™ method, and stimulates
their thinking about how the skill of mining learning from performance may
be applied in their work.
- Course visuals and handouts - reinforce instructional points and
support the practice and application of the skills being taught.
- Mining Learning From Performance Card - provides a pocket-size
reminder of the SRLD™ method and tips
for refining learning.
Transfer to Real-World Performance
The Mining Learning From Performance Card supports the transfer of learning
from training to other contexts. Also, Module 6 includes a learning activity
in which participants apply the SRLD™ method
to their performance of a task important to them. This activity both consolidates
skill acquisition and supports the transfer of learning to real world use.
Vital Enterprises offers online support for participants in our courses to
assist them in using the skills they learn to produce business benefits. You
may access this assistance by clicking on the "Share/Learn"
link and selecting "Ask an Expert." This service allows you to post questions
you may have about using the skills you learned, get responses to your questions,
and benefit from the questions and answers previously shared by others.
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