Essential Skills For Future Learning Practitioners

| October 8, 2018

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Have your organizational leaders asked if your training is effective? How do you measure success? Why should the business invest in your training? These are challenging questions to answer, but there are areas for you to focus on to make learning align with your business leaders' expectations.Have your organizational leaders asked if your training is effective? How do you measure success? Why should the business invest in your training? These can be challenging questions to answer but before you get overwhelmed, there are areas for you to focus to make learning acceptable and, more importantly, to align with business expectations. Let’s take a look at each one:First, become literate about your business organization. Leaders don’t expect you to be a business expert, but they do expect you to have an understanding of how the organization operates.

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