Designing and Facilitating Training - Interactive
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Designing and Facilitating Training - Interactive

Seven Dimensions,Chef Siu
Updated May 12, 2020

Kylie Bell talks with Eve Ash about moving from workplace needs to designing training that both develops skills and solves problems. Kylie Bell outlines how she customizes training in the context of an organization’s wider needs. She measures her training’s effectiveness by the amount of change achieved for the better.

First, Kylie determines whether a company is experiencing a training need or a leadership issue. She considers the training in a wider organizational context and ensures the leadership is onboard first. Her training is customized around goals and outcomes, an organization’s available time, a high degree of interactivity and tapping into people’s emotions. For the training to succeed, there must be change; this is ascertained in the post-training feedback and evaluation.

Key Learning Points

Kylie Bell’s training solutions are designed around:

  • Training or leadership issue?
  • Leaders reinforcing new learning
  • Determining training objectives and outcomes
  • A high degree of interactivity
  • Scope for different forms of engagement (one to one, individual reflection)
  • Choice of time and depth
  • Feedback and evaluation
  • Has change for the better been the result?


This interactive course is designed to help people develop their skills as a trainer and facilitator. Find out how to design powerful training programs, and explain and train so learners are engaged and your training is successful.

This interactive course is one of the Insights and Strategies Series, featuring psychologist Eve Ash interviewing a range of experts and business leaders who share their experiences and practical strategies for achieving best practice.

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