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iTOL Questions- How do I make my training initiatives attractive?

How do I make my training initiatives attractive? iTOL Questions is a series of mini-blog posts that aim to answer common L&D related questions and provide help and support for L&D professionals. The Issue Imagine that you have been in your company for a while now, you are well established and you understand every one of the staff and their learning needs. You have management on side, you have actionable data and you know all of […]

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iTOL Questions- How do I get the managerial staff on board with Learning and Development?

How do I get the managerial staff on board with Learning and Development? iTOL Questions is a series of mini-blog posts that aim to answer common L&D related questions and provide help and support for L&D professionals. The Issue As we highlighted in one of our previous posts, managerial staff within an organisation can make or break the training experience. The problem here is that they have numerous commitments within the organisation; they have to […]

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iTOL Questions- How do I find out how people learn and what they need to know to do their jobs properly?

How do I find out how people learn and what they need to know to do their jobs properly? iTOL Questions is a series of mini-blog posts that aim to answer common L&D related questions and provide help and support for L&D professionals. The Issue When you enter a new role in L&D it will often be in a completely new organisation which has a completely different purpose, direction and aims. It is your job […]

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iTOL Questions- How do I establish if training is the right course of action?

How do I establish if training is the right course of action? iTOL Questions is a series of mini-blog posts that aim to answer common L&D related questions and provide help and support for L&D professionals. The Problem This is an all too familiar scenario in the L&D profession, organisations are split into different divisions and the managers of these divisions have their own internal issues. So they put in a request for training, putting […]

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iTOL Questions- What are the reasons why an employee can’t carry out their job properly?

This is the first in a series of mini posts in which we deconstruct the answers to important L&D related questions. The aim is to produce a comprehensive guide for L&D practitioners who can then use these answers in their own training roles. Today’s Question: What are the reasons why an employee might not be able to carry out their job properly? As an L&D professional you will more than likely come across this question […]

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