Why Training Fails (And What HR Can Do About It)

Employee training, when done effectively, can be perceived as an attractive fringe benefit of working at your organization. By offering staff personal development plans and clear-cut career paths, employees feel valued and supported. With sufficient planning, implementation, and follow up, training programs can dramatically improve interpersonal communication skills, help staff reach career goals faster, and create a psychologically safe workplace. Unfortunately, many training initiatives fall short of expectations and frequently fail to produce long-term improvements in skills, management ability, or compliance. 

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