In business, the goal is to: 1) produce more things faster, less expensively, and of a higher quality than our competition; 2) sell more of them to more customers at as high a price as the market can bear; and 3) enjoy ourselves enough to come back to do it again tomorrow. Training’s goal is to support that effort in any way it can.
At the end of the day, training is about one thing and one thing only: increasing performance. If there isn’t a clear link between training and improving job performance, then training is AT BEST a waste of time and AT WORST harmful to the organization.
This guide, therefore, is designed to make you a better trainer by prescribing a regimen of business-based needs analysis, performance analysis, and gap analysis. Most importantly, this guide can help you from harming anyone with inappropriate or misdirected training.
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