Challenge Your Team to Raise the Bar

World-class Learning organizations deliver results and generate innovation by consistently pushing the boundaries in everything they do.

In today's competitive marketplace, it’s more important than ever to consistently raise the bar for ourselves and our teams. Given time and resource constraints, it can be a challenge, but world-class Learning organizations deliver results and generate innovation by pushing the boundaries in everything they do. Challenge yourself and your team to incorporate at least one new best practice or concept in each of your learning initiatives.

It can be as small as thinking differently about the layout of a job aid to make it more effective, or as big as adding a new modality to an overall learning strategy that allows participants to better apply newly learned skills.

Some questions to ask:

  • What facilitation enhancement can be incorporated to better engage the class and reinforce new skills?
  • What new data can be incorporated to measure learning impact?
  • What new question or research approach can provide additional insight on successful behaviors expected from the training?
  • What new relationship can be formed or strengthened to create greater senior leadership buy-in on training execution? Be bold. Be courageous. With each initiative, each and every day!
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