Evaluate to Accelerate Effective Training. Meet the PROS! ASTD Dallas Chapter April 18, 2006 Presented by John Cox, CPLP, Ed.D. Positioning Training into the Performance Picture. CEO Expectations Focus on results not just on activities
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Meet the PROS!
ASTD Dallas Chapter
April 18, 2006
Presented by John Cox, CPLP, Ed.D
PositioningTraining into the Performance Picture
Focus on results not just on activities
Evaluation measures should be driven by learning needs of the workforce and learning needs should be driven by the organization's business challenges.
BIO for John Cox, CPLP, Ed.D
John is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of North Texas (UNT). He
directs and teaches in the areas of Training & Development and Human Performance
Improvement (HPI). His research centers on the application of research to the practice
of HPI with a current focus on employee retention.
Dr. Cox is president of the Cox Learning Group, a consulting firm whose focus is on
helping companies select, develop, and retain their human resources talent.
He is a pioneer in the application of self-directed workplace learning methods. With
over 20 years' experience, he has completed more than a hundred initiatives for clients
in the Retail, Hospitality, Distribution and Manufacturing industries.
He held executive positions as Director of Education at ClubCorp and Corporate
Manager of Training and Development for The Southland Corporation. Prior to that he
taught and consulted while a faculty member in the School of Business at East
John published in ASTD Journal and Training Magazine. You can find his approach to
Job Aid development in the ASTD Handbook for Technical and Skills Training.
Dr. Cox received a Leadership Grant to attend North Carolina State University where
he worked with Malcolm Knowles and received a Doctorate of Education.
John can be reached at [email protected]