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When Your Training Programs are Not Excelling – Part IV

Follow Up Interviews with Managers and Conversations with Senior Leaders

Read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of this article.

Information from the follow up interviews and conversations shared below is provided at a very high, overview level only.

Follow-up interviews with managers

In our follow up interviews with the managers, we wanted to […]

When Your Training Programs are Not Excelling – Part III

What We Learned from Individual Contributor and Manager Surveys

Read Part 1 and Part 2 of this article.

Recall that this entire project started with changing training programs to make them relevant. We haven’t strayed from that goal! In order to make training programs relevant – they must be tied to long term organizational strategy.


When Your Training Programs are Not Excelling – Part II

Data Gathered

Read Part I for background information.

Two weeks later ACG met with the client for an update meeting. During the meeting, Human Resources provided the following information:

The organization’s strategy included a focus on:

Implementing new technology to improve how the work gets done (next 1 – 2 years) Evaluate processes in place […]

When Your Training Programs are Not Excelling – Part I

Background Information

One of Abudi Consulting Group’s (ACG) newest clients has been developing and running their own training program for the last eight years. Early on, all was going well. Programs met the needs of employees and managers supported attendance in the workshops. Over the years, a few more programs were added. However, over the […]

“Your Training Workshop Was Difficult”

Hence…I Learned Something!

I was working with a client just last week to schedule training workshops for the 2015. We got to talking about some the feedback she receives on my workshops. She said she frequently hears from participants in my workshops that they had to do a lot of work and were challenged. “The […]