|More is known today about "how to train" than ever before. Many old methods and once-accepted training practices are disappearing in favor of better, more effective procedures and strategies.
The information and technology explosion has resulted in a rapid change of pace and an "age of specialization." Employee turnover is at all-time highs, and skilled workers are harder and harder to find. To stay competitive, productive and profitable, the successful organization must recognize the need for ongoing, results-driven training programs.
Have you noticed that the best trainers make thorough preparation, exciting presentation, and complete follow-up seem effortless. Whether you're a training specialist, a human resources professional, or a manager who trains, you can too — all it takes are practical skills and up-to-date strategies.
You could try to wade through reams of information, research and publications, "boiling it down" to meet your particular needs; or you could attend this outstanding, one-day seminar and learn pertinent, down-to-earth pointers that you can use immediately.
Pinpoint Your Training Needs
- How to spot training needs early — before deficiencies reach crisis level
- How to "sell" your training ideas and create proposals that win the support of management and employees
- Learn about alternatives you can tap when "formal" training isn't possible
Understand the Adult Learning Process
- The most common barriers to learning, and how to avoid them
- Learn the 13 needs of adult learners — and tailor your training for maximum effectiveness
- Learn 6 ways to motivate people and make them want to learn — even "resistors" and "know-it-alls"
Plan and Develop Super-Powerful Programs
- Consultants and independent trainers: find out if they can save you time or money
- How to produce a tight, productive outline that will guide you every step of the way
- Judging how to "pace" the program: Know when to "speed up" and when to "slow down"
Produce Innovative Materials and Presentations
- How to develop better materials and course books that will reinforce learning long after the training program ends
- Use diagrams for 8 room arrangements — you'll learn the best setup for the smallest to largest group
- 4 ways you should use humor — and 3 ways you should not
Encourage Maximum Learning and Participation
- Discover 9 ways to help participants relate material to their own personal experiences
- Dozens of ideas to incorporate "interactive" training methods, including role playing, case studies, games, and panel discussions
- How to develop "team spirit" and camaraderie among participants and heighten their learning experience
Master One-On-One Training
- The new employee: Smart strategies to make training and orientation as quick and easy as possible
- How to utilize your subordinates and other employees for in-house training
- 8 tips for one-on-one instruction that guarantee a productive experience for the trainer and trainee
Evaluate Training Effectiveness
- Was your training effective? Learn step-by-step methods that enable you to measure the results
- How to increase involvement in training programs throughout your organization, from top to bottom
- Training on a budget: Learn about cost-effective ideas for quality training
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