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Learn the Dos and Don'ts of Employee Training

corporate training dos and don'tsCorporate training courses and team-building activities are stepping stones to greater productivity, but they do require an investment of time and funds. However, employers generally find that the average cost in hours and dollars to train an employee is far less than replacing that employee. And if you rent a corporate training venue in Houston, instead of using your own facilities, you’ll reap greater benefits at a reduced cost.

Do rent a corporate training center.

Companies that use their own facilities typically find that they have to conduct multiple training sessions for batches of employees, since they lack the capacity to train whole departments or the entire company all at once. This takes more time, causes greater disruptions to the company’s business, and requires more intricate planning. In contrast, renting a venue ensures you’ll have all the space necessary to train everyone. The facility will have the right presentation equipment and basic amenities for the employees, such as catering. Plus, simply moving your employees to a new location for a day or two can do wonders for their mindset. Professional training venues boost employee motivation and improve retention rates.

Don’t use the same format for multiple training sessions.

A typical employee training session consists of one or two speakers giving a presentation. There’s nothing inherently wrong with a lecture-style presentation, but don’t expect your employees to retain information well if they have to sit through hours of lectures. Break up the day into multiple sessions, each with its own format. Some suggestions are:

  • Interactive workshops
  • Demonstrations
  • Small group meetings
  • One-on-one mentorship opportunities

Do choose the right time for training.

One common pitfall of employee training is scheduling it for a time when they might be distracted. Ideally, schedule it for the beginning or middle of the week. This allows your employees time to put what they’ve learned to use before they take the weekend off. Additionally, set aside more time for training than you think you’ll need. Your employees should feel confident that they’ve mastered the material, and this isn’t possible if they’re rushing to finish everything.

Texas Training and Conference Centers - Business Meeting Facility Houston
Located at 11490 Westheimer Rd, Suite 600,
Houston, TX 77077
Phone: (832) 672-4037
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