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Five important training topics you don't want to overlook

Available Online https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbeshumanresourc...
Publication Date March 30, 2017
Author Forbes Human Resources Council
Source Forbes
Source Type Blog
Summary

This article focuses on five especially important aspects of training. First, the article advises organizations to train employees on how to accept, manage, and adapt to changes in organizational culture. Second, organizations should provide training to educate employees on how to develop and align their personal brands with the overarching brand of the organization. Third, the article recommends making training accessible through mobile platforms in order to facilitate ease of training for more employees. Fourth, organizations should develop training programs that are relevant for employee development and long-term value. Fifth, employees should be trained to engage in leadership behaviors, regardless of whether or not they will become managers.

Keywords Training, culture change, development, leadership, brands, alignment
Reference

Forbes Human Resources Council. (2017, March 30). Five important training topics you don’t want to overlook. Forbes [Online]. Retrieved April 11, 2017, from http://www.forbes.com

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