“Ideas can be life-changing. Sometimes all you need to open the door is just one more good idea.” Jim Rohn
In the past, whenever I heard about “just-in-time training,” I assumed that it only pertained to specific technical job skills. A web search for “just-in-time training” uncovered a number of e-learning and computer software offerings.
However, a recent classroom training experience showed me that my perception of “just-in-time training” was very short sighted and incomplete.
All of the training programs that I design and deliver are intended to build or strengthen practical skills. The programs are always highly interactive and participant-centered.
Unfortunately, it is often the case that the participant employees learn the skills, but their supervisors and managers are … Read the rest