Why most training programs fail - Deepstash

Keep reading for FREE

Why most training programs fail

Why most training programs fail

Organizations spend a whopping $82.5 billion on training annually, or $1,111 per employee, according to Statista. But training is only successful if the learning is.

Most conferences and online seminars are focused on success during the session, without sufficient attention to what happens later.

Make the most of your next learning opportunity

  • Reflection is a critical part of learning. After a presentation, take a moment to recall the main takeaways. Think about how you can apply them to your job, team, or industry.
  • The best way to learn is to teach. Summarizing and sharing your knowledge with someone is also a good way to retrieve information. 
  • Think about how you can apply what you are learning. During and after the session, link the learning to a situation at work.
  • As you get ready for your next training opportunity, plan to keep the learning going.

It's time to
Read like a Pro.

Jump-start your

reading habits

, gather your

knowledge

,

remember what you read

and stay ahead of the crowd!

Save time with daily digests

No ads, all content is free

Save ideas & add your own

Get access to the mobile app

2M+ Installs

4.7 App Rating