Even though Paraguayans don’t like to be “singled out” during training, companies have had success in introducing case studies in which small groups collaborate to answer provided questions.
Training is in its infancy in Cambodia, and developing training programs there requires vast resources.
Training programs that run from two days to a week are popular in Slovakia. The most requested topics are: technical training, sales and marketing, and customer service.
Jamaicans enjoy being active learners. “Ice-breakers” and training games are expected.
While individualism is valued in the Czech culture, teaming and collaboration are expected in the training classroom.
Management, supervision, technical training, and English as a Foreign Language programs are all needed in El Salvador.
Small group discussions, case studies, and skills practices are well received by Dominicans. After these activities, a whole group debriefing is appreciated.
Reading is a national pastime in Iceland—in fact, there are more bookstores in Iceland per capita than any country on Earth.
Training is in its infancy in Bolivia. Most training conducted is technical in nature, but there is a need for supervisory and leadership programs.
The Irish government champions and supports training for its citizens.
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