How to Create Training For Employees That Are Always On The Go

Sales reps; casino workers; hospitality employees: If there’s one common thread between these professions, it’s an almost chronic lack of time. That’s because these unconventional employees are constantly in motion, whether it’s closing the deal or offering stellar customer service. Still, these movers and shakers often require training, even if they don’t have the time to sit through something in a conference room.

For unconventional workers, lean, mean, and topical training is your best bet. Focus on how to deliver the info they need at the moment they need it–or risk the commodity of time.

The Conference Car

When you think about formal training, you probably envision learners experiencing modules in a conference room setting. But hospitality, sales, and casino workers don’t have the time to sit and experience the same programs an office worker might. That’s why utilizing what time they do have is important, and most often, they have travel time. Utilizing time in the car or while traveling at 30,000 feet is the perfect way to ensure out-of-the-office workers receive solid training.

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