Training taboos you should break

In order to get ahead in the world of business, most companies will have to stand out from the crowd and do something different. More often that not, this will involve bending the rules in someway, albeit legally and legitimately.

However, the same goes for training. Even though there are various best practices in place and long-established procedures that most organisations will abide by, a lot can be said for thinking outside of the box and breaking traditional taboos.

In many respects, there are no rigid rules or regulations associated with training. After all, it is fair to say most businesses will do anything they can to increase the expertise and adeptness of their employees.

Even so, the vast majority of companies will go back to conventional classroom teaching and old-fashioned mentoring in an attempt to educate employees. Unfortunately, more and more of today’s workforce are rejecting this approach and require fresh impotence to learn.

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