For training to be effective, there must be a perfect blend of learning resources that will meet the learner’s requirements and expectations. Highly visual and aesthetically pleasing learning material will engage those with a visual preference, aiding concentration, but all learning styles must be accommodated.
For many businesses, e-learning has now replaced the traditional “chalk and talk”-style training sessions where professional trainers oversee a group session.
All who have attended a training course will want to understand how well they did within the session. Have they learned the right information? Did they fully understand it and are they able to take this information going forward and use it within the workplace?
With businesses becoming globalized, both managers and team members must interact with people from various cultural backgrounds. To succeed in this new environment, it requires a unique skill set called “cultural dexterity.” It’s also called “global dexterity.”
Although technology-based training is becoming increasingly popular, training experts agree that it will never completely replace classroom training. At present, an overwhelming number of companies continue to use classroom training alongside an increasing amount of technology-based training, such as e-learning and computer-based training. Today, there is an array of techniques, methods, activities, and training aids […]
Now that we’ve established how managing conflict is critical to the overall success of your business, today’s Advisor provides you with a simple eight-step conflict resolution process that you can train your employees to use for resolving any type of workplace conflict.
Certainly, supervisors and managers need to understand your company’s ethics policy and the importance of enforcing it. Train them on your policy, as well as the need to observe the highest standards of ethics, honesty, and integrity in the workplace.
The following information comes from BLR’s 10-Minute HR Trainer session, “Cross-Training to Promote Better Productivity.”
Here is a brief recap of each of the levels: