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How to Use Standard Competency Models to Accelerate Learning Transfer

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Cheryl Lasse, Managing Partner, SkillDirector

The responsibility of the talent development function is to provide the best opportunity for learning transfer to occur, such that the required skills are acquired and business results follow. Competency models identify what the organization needs people in a particular role to do so the organization can succeed and create a competitive advantage. They motivate people by providing a road map for how to succeed in any position. There are three steps to accelerating learning transfer with competency-based learning:

  1. Create a competency model.
  2. Make your competency model actionable.
  3. Accelerate learning transfer through competency-based, personalized learning.

However, creating competency models is perceived as heavy lifting, particularly in large organizations. That’s where standard competency models come in. What if you could use a standard competency model instead of creating one? Then you could complete all three steps and accelerate learning transfer in just weeks.

In this webcast you will learn:

  • the components of a standard competency model
  • how to make it actionable in weeks
  • how to accelerate learning transfer, leveraging the 70-20-10 framework.

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Presenter

Cheryl Lasse
Cheryl Lasse

Managing Partner, SkillDirector

Cheryl Lasse is SkillDirector’s Managing Partner. Cheryl’s goal is helping people and companies achieve their potential. Cheryl has extensive experience with competency model development and implementation, and enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion with others. Check out the LinkedIn group Competency Models For Professional Development.

She believes people are intrinsically motivated to excel, if they are given access to a competency model for their role, the opportunity to assess themselves against that model, and personalized learning to help them close gaps and meet aspirational goals. This philosophy has been embodied in the Self-Directed Learning Engine, the engine behind the ATD Career Navigator.

Try the ATD Career Navigator, where you can assess your skills against the ATD Competency Model for Talent, Learning & Development. See how it empowers you to own your development and career planning!

Cheryl has a strong background in consulting, marketing, and sales, mostly in technology companies, where training has played a chief role throughout her career. She holds bachelor’s degrees from Syracuse University in computer science and HR, and an MBA from the University of South Florida. 


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  • SkillDirector

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