How to increase your training program success by assembling a great team

When someone is in charge of creating and implementing (or at least contributing to) a big challenging task like a new training program, they want it to be successful. But how can a new training program turn out to be successful? Or how can the success rate of an existing one can be improved?

Anyone who has ever created or participated in the process of implementing an L&D program knows there are no straight answers to these questions — no matter the size of their organization. There is simply no such thing as a one clear way to making it successful.

There are plenty of parts to a training program that are prone to error. Mistakes can creep up everywhere: in the planning phase, when setting the training objectives, when deciding about the content, when creating the training materials, when setting the location, and so on. Each and every one of these aspects can be crucial to the success of the program.

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