Organizations are providing training at record numbers, but a majority of decision-makers report growing gaps in critical skills that impact the business. Could it be that organizations are not matching skills to the best training format to teach them?
Whether you’ve been aware of it or not, you have likely experienced seductive details at some point in your educational or professional training experience. In fact, you may currently have them in your own training programs without even realizing it!
A well-written learning and development (L&D) plan is great, but execution and delivery is everything — and it’s where many training programs fail. As training professionals know, there are infinite ways for programs to go off the rails.
Here are some tips for making your sales training stick and choosing the right sales training modalities for your team.
With multi-modal training programs becoming more common and with so many modalities emerging, it is critical for learning leaders not only to understand these modalities but also to know how to effectively use them to drive learning and business results.
There are a variety of types of training modalities you can offer your learners, and many criteria to use when deciding which modality – or modalities – to use in a given training program. One criteria you can use is learner preferences.