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by Bob Powers

Download Instructor Excellence: Mastering the Delivery of Training (Jossey Bass Business  Management Series) ePub
  • ISBN 1555424295
  • ISBN13 978-1555424299
  • Language English
  • Author Bob Powers
  • Publisher Pfeiffer; 1st edition (March 31, 1992)
  • Pages 256
  • Formats doc lrf txt azw
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Human Resources
  • Size ePub 1996 kb
  • Size Fb2 1291 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 682

. . . sets the standard for instructor performance excellence -- Dr. Roger M. Addison, President, National Society for Performance and Instruction

This how-to guide to masterful training will help you achieve superior results in your training programs. It establishes standards of excellence by which you can set and measure your own goals.Plus, this essential trainer's reference includes a wealth of tools and instruments to help you translate the provided recommendations into immediate action.


An update and expansion of Bob Powers’ outstanding performance standards for instructors. Look no further, Bob Powers’ book still sets the standard for instructor performance excellence.

An update and expansion of Bob Powers’ outstanding performance standards for instructors. For years I’ve used those standards for myself and training trainers. Roger M. Addison, CPT, past president, International Society for Performance Improvement; president, International Federation for Training Development Organizations, 2007 Certified in Performance Technology (CPT).

Bob Powers' book sets the standard for instructor performance excellence. Employees, if trained following the performance standards laid out in this book, will perform with excellence

Bob Powers' book sets the standard for instructor performance excellence. Dr. Addison, president, National Society for Performance and Instruction and vice president, retail staff development, Wells Fargo). Employees, if trained following the performance standards laid out in this book, will perform with excellence. William Downing, former executive vice president and CFO, AT&T.

Instructor Excellence: Mastering the Delivery of Training. This book is the first classroom management tool I've seen that made an immediate difference in my class. It's easy to implement and is an effective means of not only stopping misbehavior before it starts, but of helping students take responsibility for changing their behavior. Kelley Sullivan, high school teacher, Teacher Trainer of CHAMPs, Houston, Texas.

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Bob Powers is the former president of Bob Powers & Associates, a consulting firm . Part Two: Mastering the Tools of Instructor Excellence: Sixty Standards of Performance. 5. Being a Well-Prepared Instructor.

Bob Powers is the former president of Bob Powers & Associates, a consulting firm dedicated to improving human performance in the workplace. A contributor to the seminal Handbook of Human Performance Technology, Powers is a past president of the International Society for Performance Improvement. Request permission to reuse content from this site. The Jossey-Bass Management Series. The purpose of this book is to equip trainers to perform with excellence. Chapter 1 focuses on how adults learn and interact, examines the impact instructors have on learning, and introduces the instructor performance system. Chapter 2 details the requirements of the instructor's job. Chapter 3 outlines the system that enables training managers to select instructor candidates who possess these requirements. Chapter 4 introduces the instructor performance standards.

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Instructor excellence: Mastering the delivery of training. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. The fifth discipline. College classroom interactions and critical thinking. Journal of Educational Psychology, 69, 180–190.

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Bynelad
This book is very well written and contains so much useful information and suggestions for training and/or teaching. This is a "must have" for anyone who teaches or trains adults!
Keel
Arrived in very good condition. Thanks
Taur
Are you sure that the person who is administering training for your organization is truly qualified, confident and thoroughly prepared? Every day, thousands of employees receive sub-par training from instructors with minimal knowledge and experience. That notion should frighten every human resources department head, president or CEO. In this updated version of their classic 1992 work, authors Bob Powers and William J. Rothwell roll out the blueprint for ensuring effective training. They explain in painstaking detail everything instructors need to know and the steps companies should follow to hire the right trainers. The book includes worksheets that are also on an accompanying CD-ROM for ease of use. getAbstract believes this book is very valuable for anyone involved in the training process, especially those who supervise trainers.
Usishele
I am an experienced instructor. I purchase many books about training, based on recommendations and reviews here and elsewhere. Most of them have new and interesting ideas contained in them.
I found this book to state the obvious. It did not offer a single useful suggestion about how to deal with presentation, classroom, students, preparation or any other item.
If you have a tinge of common sense, and have taught in the classroom even a few times, you will not find anything new here.
I have no opinion as to whether novice instructors would benefit from reading this book. Clearly, experienced instructors would not. I.e. this book, at most it will get you to one step beyond novice. It will definitely not get you to be a "master".
Avarm
Some might criticize the content of this book as being nothing but common sense. It's true; if you are an experienced, accomplished teacher you may discover little that is new. But Powers is attempting something else: to establish, for administrative purposes, those competencies for which trainers (or teachers) ought to be held accountable. It's not the last word on the issue, but it certainly is a good start. Nowhere else will you find such a clear and concise discussion of the criteria by which instructors can be judged.
Qumenalu
As a corporate trainer, I used this book as my guide for facilitating valuable training classes for my particpants. Although the information is basic, it is fundamental and very easy to read. Now that I am managing a training department, I have used it to write job descriptions, select qualified trainers, establish trainer standards, and train new trainers. I recommend it to anyone with these responsibilities. Mine is always within easy reach!!!
Shan
Great book, amazing condition
I have used this volume to set standards for the instructors in our Corporate Training Division for the past five years. I am ordering more copies for two new employees - one with experience looking for more polish, another a junior trainer needing a baseline for training etiquette. This book is a valuable tool for both individuals, as well as others in between. Great information and ideas!