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Hi All have good day!! Recently I become a training manager in my organization dear all this new field & new responsibility for me. but i have a past experience about soft skills trg. Now I have to conduct employee training special for departmental wise . Please help me what should do, what is most Important for me to learn. I want leave my 1st good impression in my 1st trg. workshop in front of employee and management Please guide and teach me about employee skills matrix also...
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Dear Suhma,

Congrats on becoming Training Manager. Wish you a successful tenure.

You could have given little more information about your industry or company. What is your finished product or service? How many employees do you have and how many departments do you have?

You need to study the systems and processes of each department and identify the training needs. Your training efforts should be addressed in meeting the business needs as a whole then the department's needs. If you focus on individuals, bringing organisational change will be difficult.

I provide consulting services to conduct Training Needs Analysis (TNA) scientifically. If you wish to refer my profile then you may click here. In the profile, read the section about TNA and you will get further idea about training activities.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

Business Mentor, Consultant and Trainer


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