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Turning Training Into Targeted Performance-Based Training - Networking Dinner

  • November 02, 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DePaul University O'Hare Campus: 8770 W Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL 60631


  • Special Guest and Committee Registration

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  • How can you ensure your training has an impact on the organization and drives a change in participants’ behavior?
  • How do you establish a line-of-sight between required competencies and on the job performance? 
  • What is the secret to breaking down and structuring effective training for even the most complex jobs? 

Training is meant to have an impact and change behavior.  Performance-based training ensures a line of sight between training and on-the-job performance.  Performance-based training is relevant, focuses on need to know, not nice to know; it targets the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) needed to perform the job. Today’s businesses have limited time and resources to devote to training -so it’s imperative that the training we provide makes the biggest impact it can by ensuring it focuses on performance, thereby helping the organization achieve its strategic business objectives.


  • How to analyze, organize and prioritize all knowledge/skill/abilities needed for on-the-job performance  
  • How to identify performance objectives 
  • How to assess legacy training materials to determine their fit with performance objectives
  • How to develop skill and performance check sheets


  • Job aid for completing a job task analysis 
  • Job aid for assessing legacy training materials
  • Sample skill and performance check sheets


  • L&D or HR professionals responsible for conducting job task analyses, developing training materials, or implementing other performance solutions.
  • Consultants and Vendors who wish to help clients improve their training programs and results.


  • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM: Registration, Dinner, Networking
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM: Program
  • 7:30 PM - 8:00 PM: More Networking
ATDChi's traditional "Breakout session", an informal after-hour networking opportunity at Bar Louie at Holiday Inn O'Hare: 5615 N Cumberland Ave, Chicago, IL 60631


As President of Quality Training Systems, Stefanie Pressl leads a team of software developers and training and performance consultants who are dedicated to their clients’ success. Over the past several years, Stefanie has had the privilege of helping many clients achieve their training, compliance or performance goals.  As an Industrial Organizational Psychologist, Stefanie takes a holistic approach to solving performance issues. She leverages her unique perspective to help clients achieve their goals in a variety of ways, from developing turnkey training programs complete with all department processes, to development and execution of mitigation plans that return companies to compliance, to creating standalone training courses. Stefanie partners with her clients to help them win executive sponsorship and resources for their departments, and guides organizations through major change initiatives. 


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ATDChi Member:
Nonmember: $58 $68
Student: $20 $25


Parking is FREE at Triangle Plaza where DePaul University's O'Hare Campus is located.

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