|Presented by:||Nancy Piatt, President, The Piatt Group|
|Date:||Wednesday, Mar 20 2013 3:00pm EDT|
The age of training has met its demise. The skills learned inside the sterility of a classroom or fictional situation are no longer giving leaders and employees what they really need to succeed. And that is development through experience.
Research has demonstrated that people learn better by doing, and retain more information and think more creatively when they must live up to higher expectations and real situations. Problem-solving becomes an innate skill when employees are forced to step outside the box in real time and create a solution for an existing challenge.
Don’t miss the following key takeaways:
- Find out why so much of training isn't relevant today and how easy it can be to make it resonate
- Learn what kinds of development programs have best capitalized on this shift
- Discover how you can begin to adopt new, more effective methods of development at your organization