Let’s be blunt. Training doesn’t have a hope in hell of being successful if the employees do not trust us to do the right thing. If the perception is that training is all about ticking boxes and producing deathly boring and inconsequential programs. Well, then…The perception of the people in my above example was that training is not the advocate it should be. Training should be for the people, by the people. How does this sad perception of training happen in the first place? I can hazard an educated guess based on my years of experience.
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