The Learning Review Interview
Help managers and learners understand the importance of reviewing learning—that the review interview is not so much the end, as the beginning of the learning process. This is because an effective review tends to identify new learning needs which, in turn, lead to new learning plans.
- DVD, USB or Streaming
- Leader’s Guide
- How to use ‘indicators of learning’ to assess how well the original objectives have been met
- The six reasons for carrying out a learning review interview
- Why the manager needs to act as a sounding board for the learner, using listening and questioning skills
- How to use learning reviews to trigger new learning needs (and learning plans)
It’s not possible for someone else to learn on your behalf. So people have to take responsibility for their own development.
This video helps to motivate and encourage them to do just that. It also reassures managers that it is not their sole responsibility to review progress. It also highlights the fact that managers must support and guide learning reviews.
The program shows how to develop the communication and sounding board skills required to do this. What’s more, it illustrates the continuous nature of the learning cycle and how review leads to the discovery of further learning needs.
Help managers and learners understand the importance of reviewing learning—that the review interview is not so much the end, as the beginning of the learning process. This video demonstrates why effective reviews are self-reviews, and gives tips on using ‘indicators of learning’ to assess how well the original learning objectives have been met.