How to Work in the “Why” and Provide Meaning to Your Training

“Why” is key, but think about when to ask why — confused yet?

I am starting a new project, developing training for a group of new hires. Of course, the project is moving at the speed of light. (That’s the new norm, right?) I’m reviewing the information that has been provided to get started:

Assigned subject matter experts — check List of the tasks new hires need to perform on the job — check Link to procedures — check Project time line — hyperventilating a little, but check Learning event is entirely self-directed with the support of a mentor — yikes, but check

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