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It’s easy to fall into the trap of planning before agreeing upon a desired outcome. Trainers are particularly susceptible to this pitfall, because they are often comfortable with last-minute requests and pride themselves on being nimble and responsive.
If your employees’ performance needs to improve, it will help if learners are on the same page and have a clear picture of what they should aim for. That’s why a critical part of the learning program design process is to set effective goals.

What You Can Gain From a Training Needs Analysis

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You may be put off at the thought of completing what may seem like a mammoth administration task before you even start planning your training, but a training needs analysis at regular intervals can be beneficial to your business for several reasons.

Career Pathways in L&D: A Circuitous Journey

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Keep in mind that it’s called a career path, not a career destination. We are always growing and changing, and it’s powerful to understand that we are in control of the direction we take today to set ourselves up for success tomorrow.

Why Growth Doesn’t Stop: 3 Steps to Continuous Growth

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Thankfully, we live in a time where growth and development has never been easier and more cost-effective. We can’t stop investing in ourselves after high school, college or certification. Here are three ways to create a lasting model for development.

The Tenets of Intention-setting

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Leaders have the responsibility of leading the charge to accomplish major goals for an organization. The key to successful outcomes is setting clear intentions at the outset and flexing the underlying tasks that will lead to achievement of the goal.