If you're an executive, you probably think training is for your organization, but not you. You're partially right, but mostly wrong.
Training is often poorly attended by executives. This leads to lack of motivation to implement training objectives by middle and lower level managers. If you want your training efforts to be effective, leaders and executives need to set the example before, during and after the training. Unless you just want to throw your money away. ;-)
This Cast Answers These Questions
- How should I schedule my organization for training?
- Should I attend training with my team?
- Should I go to the first or last training sessions?
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