I have written about the responsibility that managers and participants must have to get the most from a training program. The trainer’s responsibility is the third leg of this three-legged stool. All three must take their roles seriously.
It is important for the trainer to help the manager and participant to get the . . . → Read More: Training can be such a waste for trainers
I posted an earlier blog about what a manager needs to do to get the most out of sending team members to training. Training programs are very expensive, especially when the skills and knowledge delivered at the program are not used afterward by the participant. Going to really good training program is only entertainment unless you apply . . . → Read More: Training can be such a waste of time and money. Post #2: So what do participants do?
More than a decade ago I managed a training group that delivered professional development, new hire, ongoing technical training for a staff of about 400. Being new to training, I realized quickly how important it is that organizations get the very most out of every dollar spent on training. There is not only a . . . → Read More: Training can be such a waste of time and money: So what do managers do?
You are a leader. You may not know it, but people are making decisions based on your leadership example. It doesn’t matter how old you are (you could be starting middle school or retired), where you are from (you could be from a third world country or large metropolitan city), or what you do . . . → Read More: Being a manager does not make you a leader