Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Kunalg70
Trainer

if i want to train the top level managers lots of problom is coming so is it so that we r fighting against the human mentality is there any way to solve it?
17th October 2007 From India, Ahmadabad
Dear Vishal,
There is always resistance to get trained or for training as a whole. People do not resist change but they resist being changed. And training of any kind expects change in human behaviour. Do you think anybody will easily agree for change in his/her behaviour?
To solve this problem, you need to understand the invisible expenditure involved due to non-training. Cost of training is only the fraction of revenue loss because of non-training.
Give me call sometime. I will explain you how to do it.
Thanks,
Dinesh V Divekar

17th October 2007 From India, Bangalore
Dear Vishal,
There is always resistance to get trained or for training as a whole. People do not resist change but they resist being changed. And training of any kind expects change in human behaviour. Do you think anybody will easily agree for change in his/her behaviour?
To solve this problem, you need to understand the invisible expenditure involved due to non-training. Cost of training is only the fraction of revenue loss because of non-training.
Give me call sometime. I will explain you how to do it.
Thanks,
Dinesh V Divekar

17th October 2007 From India, Bangalore
Dear Vishal,

I do train a lot of top level executive and have faced the same problem. Especially if the feel that you are young and inexperienced as compared to themselves.

The only way to takle this barrier is :

1. First set the objective of the training program positively to them. They are not in the training program because they lack in some skills but to enhance their existing skills. Make clear the benefits of the training to them. They are more interested in WIFM (What's In IT For Me).

2. Most importantly, give them respect. They have life as well as professional experience. So make it a two way learning process. Ask them to share their experiences.

3. Make them participate. Facilitate a lot of activities which will challenge their cognitive power. Make them involve in the training.

4. Last but not the least, you have to be absolutely thorough in the subject matter and good in your presentation skills. Establish your expertise on the subject at the beginning of the program.

Try this approach and you will see a better recipient in your participants.

regards

Kunal Ghosh

mobile: 09860927661
18th October 2007 From India, Mumbai
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