Whatever your path to training management, you are a critical part of a high-performing training organization. Remember to continue your focus on professional development to maintain your skill set and value.
As a training professional, you spend much of your time focused on the career development of others. But what does your own career path look like? What are your prospects as a training professional, and how are training roles evolving? Read on to find out.
The art of managing up and down — simultaneously — is not easily mastered. It takes perseverance, communication, leadership, continuous learning and, most prominently, balance. If you’re a new training manager, it’s easy to become overwhelmed.
Just as instructional designers look to subject matter experts (SMEs) when creating training programs, organizations are beginning to look to SMEs to fill training management roles due to their comprehensive knowledge.
You have impact that goes up, down and laterally throughout your organization. What you do has a ripple effect. You are influential, and you should use your influence to make an impact.
Because of the similarities between the CPTM and project management certification, CPTMs (and future CPTMs) could benefit from pursuing project management certification as well.
Hard work, dedication, perseverance … These adjectives are just three that come to my mind when someone asks about the journey of my career.
This new e-book tackles seven of the most common problems L&D managers experience and how you can tackle them and improve your learning offerings at the same time.