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McGhee Learning System

Are you looking for new ways to support your learners to get more out of your training programs long term? How often do you hear great feedback on your development programs only to see employees challenged to implement an sustain learning? According to the Association for Talent Development, 50% of learning effectiveness is attributed to follow-up activities that support application. The McGhee Learning System (MLS) provides on demand learning, support and sustainability materials to your Take Back Your Life! (TBYL) graduates as they begin to apply their newly learned behaviors or advance the use of the methodologies in their everyday lives. It contains engaging instructional and information content and a discussion forum to establish your own learning community.


Subscribers can ask questions, gain access to digital productivity training and resources while integrating TBYL into their work lives, connect with co-workers and explore multiple resources around McGhee's programs. You can also establish a personalized portal for your organization to included branded content, personalized infographics and survey results.



McGhee Learning System Content

 

  • FAQ video vignettes
  • Step-by-step tutorials
  • Technology tips
  • Program resources
  • Articles to support implementation
  • Handouts



For more details, please download the complete Program Overview

McGhee Learning System or e-mail info@mcgheepro.com


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Texas State University, San Marcos

Seth E. Worley - Foundation and Corporate Relations

"I have been a Microsoft Office user for many years and consider myself fairly savvy regarding its nuances. I was therefore happily surprised to find the Take Back Your Life course more useful than I could have imagined. It gave me a great appreciation for the foundational rationale behind the Microsoft Office Suite's design, proving the suite offers sufficient complexity to accommodate the most demanding work scenarios, yet is simple enough that even a novice Office user can implement a system that makes sense. In the McGhee program, I was hearing very plain information on how to make the Microsoft Office tool set work for me. The McGhee course didn't require that I bend my own system into something unfamiliar. Instead, I learned (by doing) how to put my knowledge of planning, organizing, and prioritizing to work. I recommend this seminar without reservation and hope to attend more sessions again in the future."