Nearly every modern company has a training department. The bigger the organisation the bigger the training department and the bigger the budget. The training provided is often theoretical and generic. This means that a ‘one size fits all’ approach is taken and some of the training hits the mark, some goes over the head and some training is not relevant to the trainee.
My methodology is to make the training as practical and relevant to the trainees as possible. This means knowing what they do, and how they operate. I always structure the training in three phases, Measurement and motivation, goal setting, leadership. This way the training is relevant to the individuals as physical examples of what they do can be used for the measurement and motivation aspect. The goal setting helps them focus on where they are, where the should be heading and what they should be aspiring to in the long term. The leadership aspect then brings it all together.
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