Survival Strategies for the New Trainer
October 23, 2019 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Maybe you volunteered, maybe you applied, maybe you were appointed. Whatever the case, you made your way to the role of bank trainer. Welcome to this elite group. This webinar is designed for the bank trainer with limited experience and or training but the highly experienced trainer will find nuggets of new learning and plenty of confirmation about what they do that helps them to excel on the job.
Join the country’s premier trainer of trainers, Honey Shelton, as she passes out oxygen masks and life jackets to those courageous trainers looking for strategies to elevate their personal effectiveness.
- Job number one for the bank trainer – deliver training that transfers to learning
- Set and communicate expectations for any training program
- Incorporate adult learning principles in your training design
- Need to create a training program? Where do you start?
- Build… don’t burn bridges. Who do you need to partner with?
- How can you involve and get support from the supervisors? If you can’t, the odds are low that training will stick.
- Learner engagement…how do you ensure the learner participates?
- Predictable challenges (distractions, detractors, defectors, etc.) and options for dealing with them
- Reduce your fear as you learn how to manage nerves and jitters at the front of the room
- Embrace continuous improvement for every program you design and deliver
Who Should Attend?
Anyone that designs and delivers bank trainers or supports those that do.
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.