The role of employee reactions in predicting training effectiveness

We proposed that distinguishing between affective and cognitive employee reactions may improve the prediction of trainee learning

James A. Tan

2003

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  • Reactions to training programs tend to be poor predictors of training success, yet most training programs are evaluated based solely on trainee reactions
  • We proposed that distinguishing between affective and cognitive employee reactions may improve the prediction of trainee learning
  • Our results indicated that cognitive employee reactions are related to both employee learning and employee behavior
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