If you are yet to be convinced that training your leads, customers, partners, associates and internal staff is a worthwhile investment, here are eight quantifiable ways that training will directly impact your business metrics and will help you build a bullet-proof case for implementing an academy.
As the last quarter of the year approaches, one of the most common (and important) questions in any business is: “What should we take into consideration as we define our strategic plans for next year?”
Growth is a beautiful thing, isn’t it? It means there are many things you are doing well. However, it also means your team and you will need to deal with the challenges it brings. But, don’t worry! If your company was able to generate growth, now it will be able to overcome its challenges. And here are some tips to help you.
Regardless of title and function, we bet that everyone would like to be more productive. Productivity and effectiveness are increasingly important, especially at the pace that your list of responsibilities and to-dos grows, as it can quickly become overwhelming. These tips are for everyone looking for a more agile way of getting things done.
Having a robust partner network is important for your business’ growth, success and longevity. Partners can give your business a competitive edge, additional resources, a larger customer base… not to mention access to new products or services, and the possibility to take over specific activities that can be outsourced.
In this guide, you will learn how to build a solid communication plan to launch (or re-launch) your academy successfully, and keep your audience engaged and coming back for more. Even if you are not a marketing guru.
With your partners training academy, you can easily reach and scale your operations in harmony, maintaining consistency, high standards and full availability without the need for additional resources. But how do you set up partners training in your company?
When selecting a training platform there are multiple aspects to consider: buying new business software is always a serious decision. You need to look at costs (upfront spending as well as maintenance), IT requirements, usability, learning curve for implementation and, most importantly, you must fully understand what your needs are, so you can implement a tailored solution that covers them all.
In the words of Peter Drucker "If you can't measure it, you can't improve it". This sentence refers to the undeniable importance of measuring results before and after the implementation of any change. Metrics fuel decision-making, decide budget allocations, and weigh the impact of our business choices — it is only natural that learning and development activities are dictated by them too.
One of the most frequently asked questions in any business, as the last quarter comes close, is: “What should we be taking into consideration as we draw our strategic plans for next year?”