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Systematic Approach to Training (SAT)

Benefits of SAT.

Many of us assume that we already have good training for ourselves and our employees After all, we answer our employees' questions as they have them. We send our employees to training once in a while. This type of training isnít planned and focused. But our employees seem to be doing their jobs without have any real problems.

Unfortunately, our employees could be performing much better if they had better skills. Supervisors could get back a lot of time that otherwise is spent answering our employees' questions. We will retain our employees much longer, as well. Addressing this possibility isn't a "what if" question, it's a primary responsibility of a supervisor.

Adopting a systematic approach to training helps ensure that supervisors are getting the most out of themselves and their employees. A systematic approach to training includes taking the time to analyze what results the organization needs from its employees, if employees are accomplishing those results, and what training and development approaches are needed by employees to better accomplish those results. A systematic approach includes evaluating approaches before, during and after training to ensure employees truly benefited from the training in terms of enhanced results to the organization.

 

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The Basics of SAT