L&D Trainers: How to Offer Solutions That Differ from Your Organization’s

How can L&D trainers give the best training advice possible? What if someone asks for training, but you want to suggest an alternative? 

As a trusted learning professional, it’s your job to assess the need for training as well as implement it. But how do you give good advice if it’s contrary to what the organization asks for?

In this episode of The Learning Xchange podcast, Matthew Brown (Schoox’s VP of Learning and Brand Success) is joined by his colleague, Karen Clem. They discuss how to strike a balance between being a “yes-person” and learning how to say “no” when giving training guidance as an L&D trainer. They also talk about the importance of positioning yourself as a consultant, or even a doctor diagnosing problems, to help create better solutions.

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