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ERIC Number: ED398373
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995-Mar
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Transfer of Learning [in HRD].
These four papers are from a symposium facilitated by David Antonioni on the transfer of learning at the 1995 Academy of Human Resource Development (HRD) conference. "Supervisory Support as a Transfer Enhancing Activity: Synthesis of Four Research Projects" (Esther W. M. Gielen, Marcel R. van der Klink) presents four case studies that show, with one exception, no direct effect of supervisory support on transfer of training. "Transfer of Training: The Impact of Supervisory Support, Supervisory Involvement, Situational Constraints, and Self-Efficacy on the Application of Technical Skills Training" (Sandra L. Hastings, Barry G. Sheckley, Anne B. Nichols) examines supervisory support, supervisory involvement, situational constraints, and self-efficacy as factors that may expand the understanding of long-term transfer of training. "Factors in the Organizational Climate that Motivate the Trainee to Transfer Behavior Learned in a Training Setting to the Actual Work Environment" (Gary D. Geroy, Catherine J. Penna) examines the relationship between transfer behavior motivation and the organizational climate. "Management Influence on the Transfer of Training" (Emma Martien Branderhorst, Ida Wognum) used a control group-treatment study to show doubt about the results of recent studies that indicate that supervisors are the most important factor in training transfer. (KC)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Educational Research, Employee Attitudes, Employer Attitudes, Employer Employee Relationship, Employment Practices, Human Resources, Labor Force Development, Management Games, On the Job Training, Outcomes of Education, Supervisors, Supervisory Training, Teaching Methods, Transfer of Training, Work Attitudes
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: In: Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) Conference Proceedings (St. Louis, MO, March 2-5, 1995); see CE 070 958. For other conference symposia, see CE 070 959-981.