I-O Psych Week 16 Notes
I-O Psych Week 16 Notes PSYC 2544
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Freddi Marsillo on Tuesday April 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 2544 at George Washington University taught by Blacksmith, N in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Industrial/Organizational Psychology in Psychlogy at George Washington University.
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Date Created: 04/26/16
I-O Psych Week 14 Notes 4/26/16 2:44 PM Transfer of Training • Degree to which trainees apply knowledge, skills, and attitudes gained on the job • Characteristics affecting learning and transfer outcomes Characteristics of a Positive Transfer of Training Climate • Early socialization indicating that training is important • Continuous learning culture • Adequate peer and supervisor support • Opportunities to use learned capabilities • Access to equipment or resources that are essential for transfer of training • Adequate working conditions • Regular feedback and positive reinforcement for improved performance Evaluating Training Programs Training evaluation • Systematic collection of descriptive and judgmental information that can be used to make effective training decisions • Several purposes of training evaluations Training Criteria Kirkpatrick’s 4-level model • Reaction criteria (Level 1) ▯ Internal criteria • Learning criteria (Level 2) ▯ Internal criteria • Behavioral criteria (Level 3) ▯ External criteria • Result criteria (Level 4) ▯ External criteria Augmented framework of Kirkpatrick’s model 1) Reaction • Affective reactions • Utility judgments 2) Learning • Immediate knowledge • Knowledge retention • Behavior/skill demonstration 3) Transfer 4) Results Utility Analysis Benefits of training programs based on: • # of individuals trained • difference in job performance between trained and untrained employees • length of time training expected to influence performance • variability in job performance in untrained employees 4/26/16 2:44 PM 4/26/16 2:44 PM
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