Employee learning has less to do with slide presentations, flip charts, and quizzes than clear business objectives. If you want people to build the skills that make a difference to your success, start by defining that success.
Here are 6 essential steps for any effective training program
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Classroom not required.
You’ll notice that the 6 steps don’t include classroom advice. That’s because the heart of effective training is in the action. And the action occurs at work.
Whether you begin in a classroom or not, if you focus staff development on actions that support business metrics and follow-up to ensure actions become habits, you end up with a program that moves your business forward.
Graphics acknowledgements: Key by il Capitano, clapperboard by Iconfactory Team, megaphone by Gregor Cresnar, checklist by Hans Draiman, calendar by Oksana Latysheva, graph by Shmidt Sergey from Noun Project.