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What really matters when you’re creating an international training program?
Answers that spring to mind might include “cultural sensitivity,” “good translations,” or “bandwidth for online delivery”.
These may all be important but, they are not what Dieter would point to. Dieter Tolksdorf is training manager for Hyundai Motor Europe’s (HME) and for him three things underpin a successful large training program. Dieter should know. He’s in charge of training 30,000 technicians and sales staff in 2,500 locations across 28 countries in Europe. The challenge: the people don’t work for HME; they’re Hyundai distributor employees. So, they and their employers really have to see the value in being trained.