15 Reasons Training Doesn’t Stick
June 25, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Learning Is Everyone’s Job
What’s the difference between learning and training? Why doesn’t training always stick? Who is responsible for “the stick”? Join Honey Shelton and find out why, at any company, learning isn’t just the job of the training department!
You will learn that training isn’t always the right answer to performance problems or enhancements. There is a myriad of reasons why people don’t perform well and a company’s first response often is “we need more training!”
The most common performance-related issues are caused because learners don’t…
- Know what to do
- Know how to do it
- Have the proper tools
- Want to do it
- Feel a need to do it
- Know they aren’t doing it
The kicker? Training can only address one of these six! Tune in and find out if you are right about which one the training department can address.
Join one of the country’s premier train the trainer instructors on how to get the most return on your training investment by staying in the right lane when you want to turnaround or prevent performance issues.
A few of the 15 Reasons Training Doesn’t Stick
- The training doesn’t have immediate application
- Leadership doesn’t coach to reinforce the training
- Learning is considered less important than performance
Plus, a dozen more!
Who Should Attend?
Anyone responsible for training and development as well as supervisors and managers.
Honey Shelton brings 30 years of experience as a training and quality improvement consultant to her speaking and training engagements. Honey works with hundreds of banks, credit unions, and associations across the country. Her substantial banking background includes spending three years as Executive Vice President/Chief Retail Banking Officer with a $1 billion south Texas bank. Honey is nationally recognized as an outstanding speaker, over half a million bankers have participated in her programs and attended her keynotes. Her depth of knowledge, enthusiasm, and compelling personality have left a lasting mark on InterAction Training, the firm she founded in 1983.