Transitioning Responsibility to Managers, T&D Becomes a Curation Resource

Without managers being fully invested in training, there is no chance it will have an effect on people. Just as with everything else in an organization, training relies on its importance being exemplified by leaders.

That means leaders should not dictate employees take training, but rather be an example of how it’s important. If a leader sees no value in training to the point of avoiding taking it, then it’s not important. That doesn’t mean only direct leaders act as a positive example because people see beyond that level and they also become examples.

This also leads to the necessity of managers being the ones to manage training and what their direct reports need for their job.

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