Training Development Articles
Expert Author: Richi James
Skills abound in organizations. The trick is to recognize them and put them to optimum use. As a trainer you have to know how to organize this knowledge, properly present it in a variety of formats for people who have different learning styles and preferences, and talk about the topic in a way that people can relate to and learn from.
Effective trainers use a variety of training aids to help trainees learn. However, the benefits of these training aids do not need to end when the training program finishes. Transforming such training aids into job aids is a powerful way of extending the training room into the workplace. This article illustrates how ten common types of training aid can be transported for effective use back on the job.
Expert Author: Melville Jackson
In the rush for profits, businesses often neglect responsibility, fairness, accountability, and transparency. These are important in the long term. Otherwise your corporate reputation can have blemishes. Corporate governance training will educate and sensitize your senior management about the need to run a business in an ethical manner.
You send your people on expensive training courses. Yet your business performance does not seem to improve. Your problem may lie in how you look at training. This article considers two popular views of how training works. Hold the outdated view and you will continue to lose money on training. Act on the enlightened view and your business and people will prosper. Which view do you hold?
You are responsible for the upskilling of employees in your organization. Yet you find that your training programs are not hitting the mark. It may be because you need to change your view of how training works to bring about improved performance. This article, contrasts two views of training; one useful and progressive, the other a roadblock to success. To which view do you subscribe?
No matter how long we have been training employees, it helps occasionally to go back to the basics. We all tend towards repeating what has worked for us before, and sometimes we forget the wider organizational context of our training efforts. By focusing solely on what goes on in our training room or what we put into our e-learning content, we can miss appreciating our trainees as people who will go back to their jobs with the purpose of winning goals for the organization.
Expert Author: Carroll Alan
Sales management training is an effective way to improve the overall performance of your sales force team. Teach your executives the methods of leadership and resource management that are taught at the high profile business schools for optimum business productivity.
Expert Author: Susan Cullen
When you use these seven tips, you will be better able to keep your live virtual training session moving and your participants highly involved. You will have created a highly interactive live virtual training that will keep your participants wanting to come back for more.
Expert Author: Michael H. Smith, Ph.D.
It's been 28 years since Michael Doyle and David Straus wrote their groundbreaking book, How To Make Meetings Work (1976). Are you like many of my clients who gripe about numbing, deadening meetings? As one publication put it, "days, weeks, months, years of our lives are slipping away in stuffy, overcrowded conference rooms". Little appears to be accomplished and no one seems to be able to do anything about it.
Expert Author: Roger Glass
An increasing number of business owners are resorting to business coaching to seek more success. Due to the unpredictable nature of today's market, it is difficult to survive in the industry without a solid game plan. And business executive have to face a dazzling array of challenges from various angles. In such scenario, you always need such force that can accelerate you when you're depleted, motivate you when you're feeling low and make you visualize those areas which you're not able to see. Business coach is a person who is destined to play this role.
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