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Six Steps to an Effective Needs Assessment

Thursday, January 26, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Beth McGoldrick, Sr Product Training Consultant

Are you being the business partner your organization needs you to be? Start the new year off with new and deeper skills that will bring value to any organization. In this webcast, inspired by the all-new second edition of ATD's bestselling book Needs Assessment Basics, author Beth McGoldrick introduces the six step framework and suggests how to add value to the organization and meet the needs of the business.

In this webcast, you’ll learn:
• The six steps to an effective needs assessment
• Where a needs assessment and training project usually start
• How to help the organization be successful
 

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Beth McGoldrick
Beth McGoldrick

Sr Product Training Consultant

Beth D. McGoldrick is an instructional designer for RiverSource Insurance, part of Ameriprise Financial, where she has won awards for training projects she designed and developed. She has more than 18 years of experience in training and development in the insurance industry and academia, including skills in analyzing, designing, developing, and measuring training. Beth has written articles and book chapters on various training topics, including needs analysis, instructional design for mobile learning, and evaluation. She mentors other instructional designers throughout the country. She has a master of science in organizational performance and workplace learning from Boise State University.Beth lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband, John, son, and Shetland sheepdog. Beth may be reached at BethMcGoldrick.ISD@gmail.com.


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