This study uses met expectations hypothesis, a form of expectancy theory, to develop survey instruments to identify and compare the goals, expectations, and perceived outcomes developers held for the Faculty Development Institute (FDI). Theories including self-perception, and personal recall were also reviewed with regards to how individuals make decisions. The developers had similar expectations for the outcomes during and/or immediately following the initial FDI workshop, but differed in their expectations of the long-term outcomes. The survey instrument can be used within Workforce Development to enhance research efforts with regards to designing and developing evaluation instruments for training programs to successfully achieve the expectations of stakeholders. The use of a training program for faculty on a university campus was a new concept for the institution within this study. The success of the initial program led to continuation of the program.