Learning leaders can tailor global compliance training programs to promote employee commitment and drive tangible improvements in behavior. But for the most part, the values you want to cultivate don’t readily fit into a spreadsheet.
COVID-19 has forced leaders to learn how to present virtually in a matter of weeks. To help you continue to present effectively, here are some proven tips to help you connect better with your audience.
The return from a transformation toward learning in the flow of work can be high, but the success rate to secure executive sponsorship and start the transformation is low.
Emphasize the long-term benefits of virtual reality training to your organization to gain the attention and buy-in that you need.
A sound leadership training strategy can be the difference between lackluster courses with disappointing results and improved job performance that drives organizational success.
For any sales training initiative to be successful and achieve maximum return on investment, there must be buy-in from the training participants. It can be challenging to get salespeople excited about training, since they’ll be pulled away from selling.
We need to say more about training’s effect on employee engagement. In fact, it might be time to start leading with that idea. In the continuing battle to attract and retain talent, training has become the not-so-secret weapon for earning loyalty.
Leaders at all levels who honor these requests are positioned to establish or validate their credibility and the credibility of their information. They are more likely to influence an executive audience.
By showcasing the ROI of L&D and, in turn, proving its value as a function within the organization, internal champions can help learning leaders gain the executive support and buy-in they need to deliver learning initiatives that drive change.