IN-HOUSE TRAINING / WORKSHOP

DURATION

Two or Three full-day workshop

PURPOSE
Attain behavioral science tools and know how and when to apply them to decrease unwanted behavior.

THE ABOUT

MILCOR CONSULTING provides both in-house training and/or customized workshops which are built around your organization’s particular human error discrepancies, in order to decrease them.

In order for the participants to take the steps needed to initiate the stages of change, they will work closely with the different constructs within the motivational phase diagram. This will also increase their understanding of the ‘true origin’ of the behavioral issue(s) in question.

 

Participants will then analyze previous case studies alongside the instructor and finally utilize theories and tools that have been validated to work to shape and change behavior. While at the same time, attaining a general understanding on which behavioral strategy/strategies is the best for the specific addressed concern (Each discrepancy must be approached independently).

 

Participants will also get a solid sense of mapping the context of the unwanted behavior and know the process needed for proper design for the behavioral strategy elected.

LEARNING OUTCOME

Participants are expected to know and be will able to demonstrate the following:

CREATE

Produce new or original work

Design the behavioral approach- Investigate its effectiveness – Reanalyze, if needed
 

EVALUATE

Justify a stand or decision

Critique data-Appraise appropriate outcome 

ANALYZE

Draw connections among ideas

Differentiate and Organize data from mapping - Experiment with results from brainstorm – Question/Test & repeat

APPLY

Use information in new situations

Sketch out tools needed - Implement relevant principles for desirable change

UNDERSTAND

Explain ideas or concepts

Classify the construct of the behaviors in question– Explain how to use models and principles –Recognize and Locate the need for a behavioral strategy

REMEMBER

Recall facts and basic concepts

Define theories, principles, and methods described – duplicate exercises performed – List behavioral strategies

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