Does your business provide training to its employees?
This learning management blog is for anyone whose business provides training to its employees. Do you want to ensure that training programs are relevant, efficiently delivered to the right employees, and effective? If you answered “yes”, then you are at the right place.
Anyone who operates a business, that provides employee training, can benefit from this training management blog.
These posts are created to inspire and enhance your foray into training management. You’ll find tips to help you design effective training, deliver impactful training, and evaluate training. You’ll gain insights about emerging standards and accepted practices that can bias your organization toward extracting greater value from its training efforts.
What you’ll read is based on our real-world experiences with, and related research on, training management challenges. This blog points the way to getting a management system for training in place. It leverages your in-house know-how to achieve excellence in training management.
Our approach to equipping you for success makes this blog unique.
Gain takeaways you can apply immediately.
You’ll get organized, adopt widely-recognized good practices, develop good habits, and collaborate within your organization to achieve lofty goals in training management.
Through commentaries regarding common approaches to this challenge, you will learn early on that Twin Lakes Consulting does not ‘toe the line’ for all emerging trends. We will sometimes encourage you to push back on agendas that are permeating the training management discipline. We think you will pick enough lower hanging fruit to continually achieve laudable training management goals – then move on to other challenges.
When this blog is loaded with its anticipated content, it should be reasonably possible for an organization to use these posts to self-organize, equip on a shoestring budget, and achieve measurable, stellar, results through targeted, effective, employee training.
Welcome to Twin Lakes Consulting’s Training Management blog!