Ho Ho Hold the Training!

Posted by Nisha Amin on Nov 19, 2018 2:33:37 PM

HO HO HOLD THE TRAINING!

TIPS FROM YOUR TRAINING COMPANY

With the US Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday just days away, people are starting to get into the holiday spirit.  This can mean an extra pep in their step and tons of treats in the office.  This also means they are less likely to be engaged in new training content, less likely to retain that information and may simply not be in the office to experience the training event at all.

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Topics: new technology rollout, contract training consultant, training needs analysis, corporate training tips

Top Training Needs Assessment Questions

Posted by Rachael Jones on Jan 18, 2018 8:39:00 AM

TOP TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS FOR YOUR NEW L&D PROGRAM

Top companies recognize the importance of employee training in improving productivity and performance, to stay competitive in the marketplace, and even for retaining their best people. Once a training need has been identified, you want to be sure the program is effective in addressing the skill or knowledge gap. The first step in any successful learning and development initiative is a training needs assessment. Learn more about the top training needs assessment questions.

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Topics: training needs assessment questions, training needs assessment, training needs analysis

Why Do I Need A Training Needs Analysis Anyway?

Posted by Nisha Amin on Jan 5, 2017 9:36:00 AM

TIPS FROM YOUR TRAINING COMPANY


It’s an age old story. Learning leader Janet has to implement a new technology training rollout for global offices in the next six months. She’ll be dealing with varying languages, cultural norms as well as generational differences in her workforces. Janet is given a fairly tight budget and asked to have this marked as priority and started on immediately.

Janet feels the pressure of the looming deadline and the importance of the training in order to have everyone ready on the new system by the end of the second quarter and so, she begins the process of building out the training plan forgetting the cardinal rule to any successful training initiative – the training needs assessment.

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Topics: training needs assessment, training needs assessment questions, needs analysis, training needs analysis