Address Barriers to Behavior Change Post-Training

When you assign your team a training, odds are you’re looking for some sort of behavior change from your team. You want them to do something differently or improve in some way. But even if you assign training and offer your employees support as a manager, you might not see the impact you were expecting. You may find that the behavior hasn’t changed at all, or hasn’t changed consistently, or hasn’t changed to the extent you were hoping. Why? Just because your team now knows what they need to do, has the skills to do it, and feels confident and motivated to do it, doesn’t mean they can do it. There still might be other barriers.

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