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On-the-Job Training

On-the-job training is another useful tool. Empowering people to share their knowledge helps them continue to build connections and relationships. Peer training, when done correctly, can be rewarding for both the trainer and the trainee. The worst kind of on-the-job training, however, is unstructured and impromptu, as in, “George, show Mike how to do this.”

Effective training is well designed and implemented. Both the trainer and the trainee understand the learning objectives, the learning activities that will take place, and how learning will be measured. Ideally, materials (a participant guide, trainer’s guide, and any learning aides) are provided to maintain consistency.


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