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If we want our learners to remember what we teach them, we need to focus on maximizing deep thinking. Here are three practical ways to do so.
Recently, our training department of two was given a limited and budget tasked with creating a leadership training program for front- to mid-line managers in a nearly 90-year-old organization with a 450-person, predominantly contract-based workforce.
The way training is delivered doesn’t matter if the training isn’t offered in the native language of that office, location or even individual employee.
Truth be told, learning objectives are created for the training team, not the employee. There’s a better way to describe learning experiences that is employee-centric and performance-based.
While their terminologies and goals may be unique, there are undeniable similarities between teaching and corporate training. If you’re ready to improve your training skills, take a note of these core teaching tactics.
Workplace health and safety is not a “sexy” topic. It’s not the type of training that has your employees clamoring to attend, yet it is a necessary and important part of your company’s training catalog.