Adults learn in predictable steps. Before employees can master a new skill effectively, for example, they must be convinced it will help improve their organization’s performance, recognize that their own performance is weak in that area, and then actually choose to learn. Yet most corporate training programs overlook these prerequisites and just assume that employees “get it.” This approach is a big mistake because it … [ Read more ]
Content: Quotation | Authors: Aaron De Smet, Elizabeth Schwartz, Monica McGurk | Source: McKinsey Quarterly | Subject: Training & Development
To improve results from training programs, executives must focus on what happens in the workplace before and after employees go to class.
Content: Article | Authors: Aaron De Smet, Elizabeth Schwartz, Monica McGurk | Source: McKinsey Quarterly | Subjects: Human Resources, Management