How to End the “Check-the-Box” Approach to Training – Training Magazine

With rapid and seemingly continuous changes rocking the workplace and business environment, training has never been more important to success, both at an individual and an organizational level. With our learners’ time and attention at a premium today, the training experience often is viewed as an unwelcome interruption or distraction. This apathy—some might say cynicism—is more than simply a byproduct of an overloaded, overwhelming environment. It’s rooted in the value proposition we’re delivering to our participants.


Article Author: By Matt Norman, President, and Mike Scott, General Manager and Executive Vice President, Dale Carnegie Training in the North Central U.S.

3 techniques to use as a roadmap for rebranding relationship training and the value you offer your participants.


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