One of the keys of creating an effective learning is in design of an impactful and thoughtfully planned follow-up.
While follow-up needs to be customized according to the goals of the training, context of the organization and the agreement with the requester of the training, we hope that this quick cheatsheet will provide you with main high-level reminders of what to keep in mind when designing a follow-up plan.
And of course, we would love to hear your tips on what else would you add to this cheatsheet :)
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About the authors of the article
Herve Tunga is an IT Development Engineer, Life Coach and Freelance Trainer with broad experience in managing IT technical projects, strategic development and organisational transformation initiatives in international environment.
Mirna Šmidt is the founder of Trainers Toolbox, trainer passionate about learning, getting things done, creating great training content and delivering it in an enthusiastic and energetic way. Being trainer since 2008, Mirna developed rich knowledge in positive psychology, NLP, evidence based training, coaching, and many other innovative trainer's tools and techniques. Next to Trainers Toolbox, she is also a founder of Happiness Academy, project aimed at educating and inspiring people to lead happier and more fulfilling lives. Read more about Mirna at www.mirnasmidt.com.
Mirna , initiator of Trainers Toolbox, is a trainer in love with training tools and innovative games, positive psychology, NLP, and everything that makes learning more impactful and engaging.