Better People Lead to Better Business Results
The world is very dynamic now, irrespective of geographical location, where you are currently located, nobody is allowed to wait for the result beyond the given time due to performance pressure. A manager of any organization can provide the best suited result as per the clients need, only, when the team he or she is heading is efficient as per corporate standards. Here, by being efficient, it does not mean that you need to give your best effort and don’t worry about the result. The game is altogether different when it comes to corporate world. Here, you are competing with finest professionals of your stream whom you don’t even know about but your performance will be compared with their performance and you need to be there always at per with them to prove your existence in the industry you belong to. When it comes to company, each employee is a serious investment for a company, so the return that each employee provides must be significant and add value to the company overall growth. So, the problem is how can we build a team which is reliable, efficient and truly result-oriented every time when we put a task on their table?
One way or we can say, the most effective way to solve this problem is by getting our team members trained by the finest available professional in the industry who have tons of experience in industrial training with proven track record. This is where Telos (Telos Consulting Solutions) comes into the picture. Innovative and effective core training approach by Telos will help make your team achieve the unachievable which will ultimately help in meeting your personal and team goal and setting up benchmark for others. Our team of experts designed the entire training set up in such a manner that employees understand the practical solution to how they should approach any assigned task and be inspired to create new solutions to old challenges that are more effective and efficient than previous methods.
Telos Consulting Solutions offer customized training, coaching, consulting and assessment programs that can help you optimize your highly valued resources, i.e. your people in the most productive manner. Our training sessions are designed based for serious market research and requirement with sole motive to extract best out of every individual.
Break Up Training into Several Smaller Sessions: Instead of hosting an hours-long, draining lecture, try breaking up your innovation training into many shorter, easier to digest sessions that each highlight a specific element of the training program. Your employees won’t be as overloaded—allowing them to focus more and better absorb information.
Hold a Pop Quiz (or Two) a Week Later: To really reinforce the lessons from the training, let your employees know that you’ll be quizzing them on what they learned. This quiz doesn’t (and shouldn’t) have to be too in-depth—just a quick couple of questions about what was covered, and maybe a demonstration of how they’re applying it to their work.
Have More Experienced Employees Coach Newer Ones: One of the best ways to learn anything is to try to teach it to someone else. Set up mentoring pairs where your most experienced employees (or the ones who are most successful at innovating in the workplace) provide guidance to the workers who may be struggling with the concepts of the training. Your struggling employees will benefit from the unique lessons and perspectives provided by their mentors, and the employees offering the mentoring may get even better at innovation.
Hold a Refresher Course: Every now and again, hold a training refresher course to renew the information for your workers. How often you hold these courses is up to you, whether you do them quarterly, annually, biannually, or so on. Some companies may choose to do this training just after each of their major hiring periods, while others just hold this training during the slower times of the year when there’s more free time to focus on training. Occasional retraining helps keep the information fresh in an employee’s mind, preventing learning loss.