Here is the same scenario we considered in the previous quiz:
A 100-person company finds that its employees are meeting very often, but most people in the company feel that the meetings are not productive. Management is concerned about loss of productivity and low morale due to unproductive meetings, so HR has been asked to develop a training to help improve meeting effectiveness.
Take this short quiz to explore ways to incorporate evaluations in this situation. You can take this quiz as many times as you’d like. When you’re finished, access the next lesson here: Lesson 3: Keeping Learners Engaged.
Quiz: Consider an Evaluation Scenario
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What are the organizational results desired in this scenario?CorrectIncorrect
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What is one possible way to assess the behavior exhibited after the training is complete?CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 3
You have determined that training on how to make use of the company’s online collaboration tools is the best way to improve the performance gap. What is one way to assess how well attendees learned how to use the collaboration tools?CorrectIncorrect