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Training Transfer: An Integrative Literature Review
Given the proliferation of training transfer studies in various disciplines, we provide an integrative and analytical review of factors impacting transfer of training. Relevant empirical research forExpand
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A study of best practices in training transfer and proposed model of transfer
Data were gathered from a sample of training professionals of an American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) chapter in the southern United States regarding best practices for supportingExpand
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Mediation and Moderated Mediation in the Relationship Among Role Models, Self‐Efficacy, Entrepreneurial Career Intention, and Gender
This paper addresses the effects of role models and self-efficacy on forming career intentions, and whether the effects vary by gender and process. Focusing on entrepreneurship as a career choice, weExpand
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Social Support in the Workplace and Training Transfer: A Longitudinal Analysis
Training transfer is crucial for workplace effectiveness, yet some of its social support antecedents are not well investigated. We examine the extent to which two forms of social support (from theExpand
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Instructional Immediacy and the Seven Principles: Strategies for Facilitating Online Courses
Much has been made of assessing web-based classes over the past 20 years. In many research circles, the overwhelming concern has been whether traditional (face-face) classes and those taught via theExpand
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Outing the Imposter: A Study Exploring Imposter Phenomenon among Higher Education Faculty.
Attention to faculty development, especially factors influencing faculty satisfaction and performance, has increased in the last decade. While a significant focus has been on contextual factorsExpand
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In the Trainer's Voice: A Study of Training Transfer Practices.
This study extends previous work on training transfer practices by elucidating the specific transfer influences perceived by training professionals as critical for supporting transfer in organizations. Expand
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Powerful or Pointless? Faculty Versus Student Perceptions of PowerPoint Use in Business Education
The use of PowerPoint (PPT)–based lectures in business classes across universities is ubiquitous yet understudied in empirical pedagogical research. The purpose of this empirical study was toExpand
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Crisis Management in Higher Education: What Have We Learned From Virginia Tech?
Crisis management is a relatively new research territory in the field of human resource development (HRD). With the increasing number of crisis events occurring in higher education institutions inExpand
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Can the LTSI Predict Transfer Performance? Testing Intent to Transfer as a Proximal Transfer of Training Outcome
Law enforcement personnel (n = 235) were administered the Learning Transfer Systems Inventory (LTSI) and a transfer measure after completing leadership development training. Although most studiesExpand
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