Evaluate training effectiveness: The 4 Questions companies should answer

As a former trainer and consultant for many companies, I’ve had the opportunity to observe firsthand the biggest problems they tend to encounter regarding training performance. Namely, a lot of money and effort gets invested in training, but it’s often unclear how to evaluate training effectiveness. 

Companies would also expect major improvements in job performance without knowing the training path leading to this result. And some had unrealistic expectations, such as looking for training to drive significant improvements in their bottom line, without aligning their training plan with their business goals in the first place. 

So, where do we start? Is there a secret recipe to knowing if your corporate training is working? 

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