Sunday, October 17th, 2021

The complex process of management is simplified when you realize that you manage things (money, information other hard resources) and lead people. The art is to understand how to use management information as a leadership tool for continuous growth and development. Ultimately, it is a tool for your managers to become self-managed and to identify problems and turn them into opportunities or to identify and maximize opportunities. In great organizations this becomes a basic form of mutual understanding- the goal of all communication. In family businesses it is essential to have objective means of measuring performance. ..

This article is designed for managers and owners who have the responsibility to train and develop people. You will discover that the key concepts are characteristic of every successful training process. The three basic types of training are examined:

• Orientation
• Job Related
• Continuous Training

The trainer/manager needs to have the skill to design, conduct and manage/measure training efforts. Discover the critical elements to providing this critical leadership skill…

Developing talent is the promise implied or stated that you make to everyone who joins your team. In a closely held family business, developing talent is an essential leadership skill that every team leader must possess. Many people have training offered in the early stages of hiring and then for some reasons they fail to do the total job or training ends prematurely with the early success of the new hire and the false sense of relief that occurs when the manager gets the impression that this new hire is fine – training is no longer needed! But when basic mistakes occur later on, the manager wonders what is wrong with person and why has their quality of work deteriorated? The causes can be traced to simple omissions or assumptions made in the training process.

This article will reveal real-time sensitive processes and the supporting concepts behind them that must be integrated into all of your training more successful. Use this article to evaluate your current training process and learn what is working or missing. You will be able to more effectively design and conduct your training in three essential categories of training: orientation, job related and continuous training.

• Why training fails in the small business environment?
• What are the Management and leadership priorities?
• Why are Orientation, Job Related and Continuous Training essential?
• How different learning styles are incorporated into your training process?
• What are the Levels of learning and why you need to know them?
• How to create a continuous learning environment?
• When does training need to move from group sessions to one on one?
• How to maximize outside training opportunities?

If you are not familiar with these key elements get a complete version of these training essentials defined by emailing and request Developing Talent Keys.