Question by Nisha Dhanuka on http://www.linkedin.com/groupAnswers?viewQuestionAndAnswers=&gid=48422&discussionID=7595367&sik=&trk=mywl_artile&goback=.mwg_48422_1 My Answer: Whilst designing the training program, I would find out the following: - Why is this training required (Needs) - What is expected to change after this training - Participant profile - Age, Experience, Level, Qualifications, Culture etc. (this would make me decide how the training moves; an e.g. a program for a logical oriented audience would be different from a creative audience - How many days do we have for this intervention. Delivery Styles would be individual but I believe can be trained and enhanced. If the above has been mapped, a passionate Trainer can easily adapt to their audience. 4 Basic Styles are: Lecturer Speaker / Presenter Trainer Facilitator A Trainer has to know how to Train & Facilitate, both. Methodologies and techniques need to be used for being effective in transfer of l
Wiz means Experts and Talks are Speakers. The focus of this blog is going to be on learning & development, HR, training & facilitation. Topics could be varied and something that interests me. The blog could also end up with reflections.