How to Get More Out of Your In-House Training Program
Your organization has a new anti-bullying policy. Or you’ve developed a new procedure to calibrate equipment. How do you get the word out? Training. But what’s the best way to train your people?
Last year, U.S. organizations spent a staggering $170 billion on employee development and learning. And more than $100 billion of that was devoted to in-house training efforts.
How much of that was flushed down the toilet?
For too many of us, “training” has meant having a manual dropped on our desks, with zero follow-up. Or spending hours listening (or not listening) to someone droning on who lacked the ability to communicate … subject matter expertise … or both.
We get it. So to help you optimize your training investment, Business Management Daily has teamed up with master trainer Dr. Dennis Davis on an insightful, incisive new session. Introducing How to Get More Out of Your In-House Training Program.
Listen to a Free 90-Second Clip of How to Get More Out of Your In-House Training Program from Dennis Davis:
In just 75 fast-paced minutes, Dr. Davis will share what he’s learned from years of providing training to some of America’s leading organizations. You’ll discover:
Which people in your organization should provide the training – and which SHOULDN’T
Does a trainer need to be a subject matter expert?
Getting buy-in on training – from trainees AND management
How long a training session should be in order to maximize effectiveness
Techniques to increase engagement
When to use live training vs. computer- or web-based training
Secrets to helping employees retain what’s been trained
Whether you’re a veteran trainer, or you’re new to the field, you appreciate the importance of not only training your team members, but doing it the right way. Get your copy of How to Get More Out of Your In-House Training Program now!
Pat DiDomenico Editorial Director, Business Management Daily
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About Your Trainer:
Dennis A. Davis, Ph.D., has served as Ogletree Deakins’ National Director of Client Training since 2008. In that capacity he develops and implements training programs designed to minimize the risks associated with inappropriate employee behavior. Dennis spent more than ten years consulting to federal, state, and law enforcement agencies, where he used his education in Clinical Psychology to teach willful compliance’ techniques.
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