5 Tips To Quickly Get Executive Buy-In For Training Initiatives

| January 19, 2019

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Sometimes getting executive buy-in for training programs can be challenging.Every day, executives deal with a very large number of proposals and requests that need a lot of attention and buy-in, such as:Internal programs sponsored by other internal champions.On top of this, you also have to evaluate internal ideas for employee training and development, tools, and methodologies.The sheer amount of documentation and information you need to absorb, digest, and evaluate is daunting, especially if you consider that everything is connected to decision-making processes and that such decisions will impact your own performance.Needless to say, a lot depends on how clear the information you receive is, the likelihood of success of a specific initiative, the risks which are involved, and the level of commitment.

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