There are multiple ways to train depending on your role. In this video, learn how to design an educational and valuable way to train your organization.
- If you're building, training or learning, you're likely in one of two roles. You're either an in house employee working with many levels in your organization, or you're an outside consultant serving a wide range of different organizations. I've been in both roles. And over time, I've built a set of 20 questions that work well. No matter which hat you wear. Depending on your role, you'll have slightly different challenges and I want you to be aware of them. If you're an in-house person, know that you have a wealth of information already at your fingertips. About the organization, its leaders, culture and history. This can help you immensely but it can also lead you to make assumptions. So use the 20 questions to help you bring a fresh air to the conversation and to help you see clearly as you design the path forward. When you're an outside consultant, you have the benefit of seeing the patterns and issues that impact all kinds of organizations. But you'll be missing a lot of the details on the influential. And often invisible forces that are shaping this situation. Use the 20 questions to help you get up to speed quickly on the most critical factors. Now, I didn't always know to ask these questions. They came from me, missing the mark. After an event, I get something like, it was good, but we wish it had done x. And I'd be thinking to myself, well, why didn't you just ask for that? But here's the thing. clients don't always know what they need or want. So I started taking it upon myself to ask better questions, deeper questions, and it has made a world of difference. I want you to be able to do the same. So let's get started.
This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
- Identifying your organization's stage and strategic goals
- What success looks like
- What has already been tried
- Designing a learning experience
- Telling the learning story
- Engaging your audience
- Extending learning
- Measuring success