Change Management Videos

3 Whats to Plan a Presentation on YouTube.com

3 Whats to Plan a Presentation

Let Tara Denton, Learning Consultant, and Alfred the Brain step you through 3 questions that help when planning a presentation or training event. Tara is a contributor to the IMPACT newsletter.

3A Learning® Process Overview on YouTube.com

3A Learning® Process Overview

Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, provides an overview of the 3A Learning Process.

3A Learning® Process: Alignment Phase on YouTube.com

3A Learning® Process: Alignment Phase

Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, reviews the Alignment Phase of the 3A Learning Process.

3A Learning® Process: Application Phase on YouTube.com

3A Learning® Process: Application Phase

Sherri Large, Business Manager of the Life Cycle Institute, reviews the Application Phase of the 3A Learning Process.

3A Learning® Process: Assimilation Phase on YouTube.com

3A Learning® Process: Assimilation Phase

Tara Holwegner, Learning Subject Matter Expert at the Life Cycle Institute, reviews the Assimilation Phase of the 3A Learning Process.

Change Management: Some Things Can't Be Delegated on YouTube.com

Change Management: Some Things Can't Be Delegated

Dave Berube, of Life Cycle Engineering, discusses what leaders cannot delegate during a major change. Leaders must communicate the vision, create the change strategy, be visible, build coalitions and own the change project. Read the article.

Facilitator Development Process on YouTube.com

Facilitator Development Process

Tara Holwegner, Learning Subject Matter Expert at the Life Cycle Institute, discusses the facilitator development process. This process includes education, competency development and individual planning, and is critical to meet the goals in the Assimilation phase of learning.

High Impact Learning That Produces Results on YouTube.com

High Impact Learning That Produces Results

Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute describes high impact learning as a process that include three distinct phases in learning that changes behavior.

Instructor vs Facilitator on YouTube.com

Instructor vs Facilitator

Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, explains the difference between an instructor and a facilitator by highlighting skills all learning leaders should have.

Is Training the Answer? on YouTube.com

Is Training the Answer?

Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, asks "Is Training the Answer?" Bill's column, People First, is featured in the Life Cycle Institute's monthly e-newsletter, IMPACT.

Leading a High Performance Team on YouTube.com

Leading a High Performance Team

Effective leaders recognize that high performance teams are made up of high-performing individuals. Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, shares five behaviors demonstrated by leaders of high performing teams. Do you practice these behaviors? Watch this video to find out how your team can perform at the highest possible level.

Leading Organizational Change on YouTube.com

Leading Organizational Change

Scott Franklin explains Leading Organizational Change.

Learning Impact Maps on YouTube.com

Learning Impact Maps

Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, explains Learning Impact Maps. Bill's column, People First, is featured in the Life Cycle Institute's monthly e-newsletter, IMPACT.

Learning Objectives that Produce Results on YouTube.com

Learning Objectives that Produce Results

Learning Objectives are the foundation of training programs that produce results. Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute describes how Blooms Taxonomy aids in creating learning objectives. Bill's column, People First, is featured in the Life Cycle Institute's monthly e-newsletter, IMPACT.

Management of Change vs. Change Management on YouTube.com

Management of Change vs. Change Management

Dave Berube discusses the terms Management of Change vs Change Management. Often times these terms are used incorrectly. "Management of Change" refers to the technical side of change. "Change Management" refers to the people side of change. Read the article.

The Importance of Culture Change in Work Management and Reliability on YouTube.com

The Importance of Culture Change in Work Management and Reliability

Randy Heisler discusses his presentation "The Importance of Culture Change in Work Management and Reliability" at Electric Power Expo 2011.

Top 10 Essentials for Effective Course Development on YouTube.com

Top 10 Essentials for Effective Course Development

Tara Denton, with the Life Cycle Institute, channels David Letterman's Top 10 to present key success factors in a course development project. Tara is a contributor to the IMPACT newsletter.

Top 10 Ways to Kill a Rapid Course Development Project on YouTube.com

Top 10 Ways to Kill a Rapid Course Development Project

In a tribute to David Letterman's Top 10, Tara Denton, with the Life Cycle Institute, presents 10 ways a project team can stifle course development. Tara is a contributor to the IMPACT newsletter.

Train the Trainer: Power of the Flip Chart on YouTube.com

Train the Trainer: Power of the Flip Chart

Scott Franklin, of Life Cycle Institute & Life Cycle Engineering, explains how to create an engaging learning environment by using a flip chart.

Using a 4 Step Design Process & Course Summary Template on YouTube.com

Using a 4 Step Design Process & Course Summary Template

Tara Holwegner, Learning Subject Matter Expert at the Life Cycle Institute, discusses two tools in the Assimilate phase of the 3A Learning Process. The 4 Step Course Design & Course Summary Template are used early in the Assimilation phase to ensure the use of learning best practices into a course development project.

Using EARS to Improve Your Course Design Partnership on YouTube.com

Using EARS to Improve Your Course Design Partnership

Tara Holwegner, Learning Subject Matter Expert at the Life Cycle Institute, explains how to use Malcolm Knowles' Principles of Learning (Experience, Active, Relavant & Self-directed) to improve your course design partnership.