Corporate training is beneficial for both company and employees. While the staff learns new things, the company gains better productivity and output at work. However, there’s a catch to conducting such training programs. Proper management and execution help reap better rewards while the opposite leads to loss of resources. Here’s how you can add more value to your next training batch.
- Utilize Digital Platforms: With work from home becoming the norm, calling all employees to a specific place for training might not be feasible. You can make use of digital tools to effectively conduct the desired training. From the basic video conferencing ones like Zoom and Google Meet to dedicated digital HRMS, you can make good use of technology.
- Avoid Long Sessions: Stretching the training program to long hours can be tiring and exhausting. If there needs to be a lengthy schedule, it should be divided into breaks. And you can use multiple days if it isn’t possible to complete in a single day with breaks.
- Prepare a Concise Training Material: You don’t want your staff to keep on headhunting with the training material, even after the program is over. Do you? While an unplanned and unnecessarily lengthy material will waste time, keeping it concise will serve the purpose well. It should be precise, interactive, and easily understandable considering the level of the employees called for training.
- Get Feedback: This is an important step. All the individual and group training courses must end with a feedback session. Doing this helps the trainer understand how well trainees learned and how he/she can improve in the future.