Training and Developing Employees

Training Programs for Employees


Effective leaders must be able to train and develop their employees to maximize team success. Training team members is a major responsibility for most managers. The Training and Developing Employees Workshop provides participants with many useful training ideas and realistic skills, as well as a framework for helping team members reach their full potential and contribute to team performance objectives. This workshop is designed to be an experiential learning opportunity and is based on the most effective methods for adults to learn behavioral skills.

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  • Understand the different aspects of training.
  • Develop and use a written needs analysis survey.
  • Identify training objectives that will improve individual and organizational performance.
  • Review effective training designs and methods.
  • Explore delivery techniques and provide “hands- on” practical experiences.
  • Motivate learners.
  • Implement follow-up and reinforcement strategies to the training.
  • Develop strategies for making training highly applicable.
  • Comprehensive Participant Workbook
  • The Gears of Training Model
  • Experiential exercise material

Delivery Options


The Training and Developing Employees Workshop can be delivered in a one-half or one day format. This workshop can be led by an experienced CMOE facilitator at a location of your choice. We also offer Train-the-Trainer services where we provide the skills and knowledge for others to deliver The Training and Developing Employees Workshop. Clients would then simply purchase the Participant workbooks from CMOE.

“It is only as we develop others that we permanently succeed.”

— Harvey S. Firestone

“The development of our best people is the personal responsibility of management. It requires each manager to see his or her most important responsibility as teaching and developing people.”

—Roberto C. Goizueta, Coca-Cola CEO and Chairman

“In the end, all business operations can be reduced to three words: people, product and profits. Unless you’ve got a good team, you can’t do much with the other two.”

— Lee Iacocca

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