Will Training Help Improve Employee Performance?

Training normally consists of one or more experienced employees passing on her/ his knowledge to the newcomer. Such internal training can be highly effective but requires that organization leadership determine training objectives, develop processes/curriculum and deliver the information in a way that maximizes the probability that employee will perform in the desired way. Whether you decide to assess needs, develop and deliver your training internally or use the skills of an expert to help with some or all of the process, your focus should be on increasing the skills and performance of the employee.

Key Takeaways:

  • Well-trained staffers produce higher quality work, less scrap and less wasted time. They’re better prepared for future challenges and additional roles in your organization.
  • Doug often says that business is about figuring out what to do and getting people to do it. Therefore, concentrating on those two goals makes good business sense.
  • Training normally consists of one or more experienced employees passing on her/ his knowledge to the newcomer.

“There are thousands of reasons to train and develop employees. New employees need to understand how to perform the required work. Current employees need to keep their skills sharp.”

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