With endless changes in technology, policies, and new product introductions, today’s work environment requires both new and current employees to keep their skills sharp at all times. As a result, most organizations are making it their prerogative to invest in the employee training and development to foster an effective workforce that is adequately equipped for the future.
Occasionally, you may realize that your employees aren’t performing at an expected level of performance. This often indicates the need for training. But before setting up a training for your employees you must first ask yourself the following questions:
Are my workers doing or not doing specific that is instigating the problem in my company? Do they understand how to carry out particular procedures or actions? Have they been provided with enough time to become proficient? Before moving forward with a training program leadership must come up with feasible training objectives, develop a working curriculum, and determine how to convey information to employees in a manner that will be effective.
Is your company not prepared or able to conduct the required training? No problem. Many companies —both large and small— hire human resource development (HRD) professionals to provide the training required. HRD professionals can help with:
Determine training needs: This can include a myriad of techniques to identify the gaps.
Develop curriculum: an HRD professional can help you determine the curriculum by working hand in hand with subject matter experts.
Determine delivery: Given your specific goals, an HRD professional can help determine the most effective method of delivering information.
Evaluating training: HRD professionals can help measure the results of your training and ROI.
Would your team benefit from a mentorship or group training? Contact Front Range Systems today to discover what we can do for you.
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