Success starts with good people. Their performance determines your organisation’s outcome. It’s about aligning your people’s competence to opportunities and challenges. Good training simply means filling the gap between your people’s existing and their needed job competence. Why does this so often fail?
Legal specialist but instructional Neanderthal?
The poor outcome of legal training is often due to lacking instructional knowhow: Instruction fails to translate the instructor’s legal expertise into improved learners’ job competence. Instruction that does not induce intended learning is ineffective, frustrating and wasteful. Whàt is missing?
Enter TrainWell: What it takes to “learn”
What is required is an additional but nòn-legal expertise that ensures “learning happens”. Is your conventional or technology-enhanced training truly effective, efficient and motivating? If not, get a better deal with legal pedagogics. Stop wasting resources and FIND OUT how to get the missing link.