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Forty Forward: Learning and Performance Symposium 2014 Participant's Manual and Proceedings

This material is from the inaugural Learning and Performance Symposium. This event focused "on learning and performance practices based on established theory and research as well as the effective practices of successful learning leaders."

Sections comprising the manual are: the Forty Forward agenda; "Correctional Learning and Performance: A Vision for the 21st Century" (2012) (NIC accession number 026506); needs assessment; "Innovation: Professional Development Series" by Barbara A. Collins and Michael Guevara, "Innovation: Learning and Performance Competency Model" by Lance Anderson, Megan Poore, and Amanda Hall, "Core Competencies for Corrections Learning and Performance Professionals matrix, "Competency Profile of Correctional Trainer (DACUM), "Innovation: A Session with Jane" by Jane Bozarth and Leslie LeMaster, "Innovation: Resiliency in Corrections" by Michael Connelly and Amanda Hall, and "Resilience in Corrections: A Proactive Approach to Changing Conditions" (2014) (028089); "Bits and Bites: Learning and Performance Research: Stop Talking! Stop Power Point! Stop Creating Training Events! by Bernie Iszler, "508 Compliance" by Milan Hatch, and "Blended Learning" by Steven Swisher; collective visioning; documents related to "Forty Forward" in development; and "Favorite Learning and Performance Resources" for Bernie, Leslie, Amanda, Michael, and Scott, "Workplace Learning Annotated Bibliography (2014) (024728), and "Core Competencies for Corrections Learning and Performance Professionals List of Tools and Resources by Competency": Professionalism (Integrity, Professional Development, Self-Awareness), Leadership (Adaptability, Change Management, Decision Making, Facilitate Learning Culture, Problem Solving, Team Development, and Visioning), Information Management (Content Curation, Critical Thinking, Digital Literacy, Research, and Organizational Literacy), Communication (Active Listening, Coaching, Feedback, Collaboration, Influencing Others, Interpersonal Skills, Motivating Others, Public Speaking, and Questioning), Learning and Performance (Innovation, Learning Theory and Research, Learning Needs Analysis, Learning Delivery, Manage Learning Environment, Facilitate Learning Climate, Learning Design, Learning Material Development, Assessment and Evaluation, Leverage Learning Technology, Learning Architectures, Learning Materials and Strategies, Review and Edit Learning Materials, Legal and Regulatory Compliance, and Quality Assurance), and Resource Management (Auditing, Budgeting, Hiring and Staffing, Time Management, Strategic Planning, Strategic Thinking, and Project Management).

Sections comprising the proceedings include: symposium summary; planning and design; needs assessment process and outcomes-Opening Session; Breakout Session One "Needs Specific to Trainers", Breakout Session Two "Needs by Type of Training", Breakout Session Three "Needs by Staff Role and Responsibilities", Breakout Session Four "Needs by Jurisdiction and Population", Breakout Session Five "Validation"; Closing Session regarding the top ten needs; and content presentation summaries.