How Leaders Can Get the Most Out of Formal Training : The Significance of Feedback-Seeking and Reflection as Informal Learning Behaviors

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Willems, Friederike
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Human Resource Development Quarterly. 2017, 28(1), pp. 29-54. ISSN 1044-8004. eISSN 1532-1096. Available under: doi: 10.1002/hrdq.21263
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An important area for human resource development (HRD) research is the interrelated nature of different types of workplace learning. In our research, we studied feedback-seeking and reflection as informal, proactive learning behaviors in the transfer of formal training in the context of global leadership development programs. Thus, we add to our knowledge about how learners can transfer and extend formal training into informal workplace learning. In a partially mixed-method field investigation, we first explored triggers and characteristics, as well as the outcomes of feedback-seeking and reflection. Second, we investigated their predictive and mutually reinforcing effect on transfer of training. Integrated results from a qualitative interview study (Study 1, n = 15) and a quantitative survey study (Study 2, n = 60, comprising n = 15 participants from Study 1 and n = 45 additional participants) support the hypotheses that feedback-seeking and reflection are both relevant facilitators of transfer of training. In addition, Study 2 reveals that transfer of training was highest when both feedback-seeking and reflection were high, supporting our interaction hypothesis. This research extends the understanding of the importance of informal learning activities following formal training. Based on our results, we advocate that learners in their posttraining phase be engaged in both feedback-seeking and reflection to enhance their transfer of training. Further implications for human resource development research and practice are discussed.

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ISO 690SPARR, Jennifer L., Kristin KNIPFER, Friederike WILLEMS, 2017. How Leaders Can Get the Most Out of Formal Training : The Significance of Feedback-Seeking and Reflection as Informal Learning Behaviors. In: Human Resource Development Quarterly. 2017, 28(1), pp. 29-54. ISSN 1044-8004. eISSN 1532-1096. Available under: doi: 10.1002/hrdq.21263
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@article{Sparr2017-03Leade-35889,
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  doi={10.1002/hrdq.21263},
  title={How Leaders Can Get the Most Out of Formal Training : The Significance of Feedback-Seeking and Reflection as Informal Learning Behaviors},
  number={1},
  volume={28},
  issn={1044-8004},
  journal={Human Resource Development Quarterly},
  pages={29--54},
  author={Sparr, Jennifer L. and Knipfer, Kristin and Willems, Friederike}
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