Improve Your Training Through Coaching and Mentoring

If you are investing in employee training, you should expect a return on that investment.

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Many companies think sending an employee to a public training course or mandating e-learning will cause the individual to learn new skills, broaden their horizons and apply those new skills to the job. While they meet corporate objectives, without the appropriate follow up, it is likely that people will attend classes and get limited value. I have seen companies spend significant money on e-learning licenses and send people to training events to have them return to the job, put the books on the shelf, get certificates of completion and go back to business as usual, making the training a necessary evil to comply with company objectives. 

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