Have you ever wondered if the money you spend on learning and development is worthwhile?
This section focuses on using the principles of training to effectively plan and manage your training activity. If you follow a systematic model, then training will be regarded as a benefit - and not a cost - in your business.
You will see improvements in company performance, employee morale and profit margins.
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When looking at how to train employees, it is sometimes difficult to know where to start. This page explains the steps required to create a strategy that will meet the needs of the business both now and in the future.
Do participants fall asleep during your training sessions? If you want to make sure your training is effective and enjoyable, this eBook is for you.
Examines the link between increasing productivity and using skilled trainers in the business. What makes a good trainer and how to facilitate training is also covered.
Training doesn't just involve sending people on courses. This page demonstrates the wide range of options available to create learning opportunities.
An essential part of any training system. New hires in particular need to be told how they are progressing; but all employees benefit from feedback which helps them stay motivated and raise their standard of performance. This page shows you how to give feedback in a constructive way.
Training management can be a headache if training records are not well organised. Looks at the use of an online training database to plan, record and report on training.
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