Working with LDL
Typically each in-company learning assignment has six stages:
Stage 1: Preliminary meeting
To establish your precise requirements and agree the objective and timing of the proposed performance improvement programme.
Stage 2: Research
To familiarise ourselves with your environment, learn the challenges, establish exactly how your staff operate and how results will be tracked and measured.
Stage 3: Solution development
This stage involves the design of all aspects of the project. Diagnostics – Syllabus – Structure – Programme notes – Visual aids – Post delivery reinforcement. This work is conducted at LDL by the consultant who will subsequently deliver the programme. This consultant is also responsible for ensuring that the full resources of LDL are utilised to meet your learning objectives.
Stage 4: Roll out
The programme is delivered by LDL at your chosen venue.
Stage 5: Evaluate results
We meet with you to review effectiveness and identify measurable improvement in the relevant key result areas.
Stage 6: Follow-up coaching / Elearning
Follow-up coaching, either by telephone or one-to-one and elearning is normally recommended so we can embed the learning back in the workplace.
For performance improvement to be fully effective, it must be followed up and receive skilled support in the field. Senior management must be 100% behind it. To achieve the best results we naturally prefer to work with you long term, two, three, four years or more. Performance improvement is an ongoing process.