The before and after: how to deliver a training programme where everyone wins

Despite our best efforts, our thorough preparation, and our fantastic facilitation, sometimes training programmes don’t go as well as we hope. Sometimes people turn up with quite different expectations of what the event is all about, or they feel like political prisoners who have been coerced into attending by managerial pressure, or perhaps they are seeking to spend a day playing with their phone instead of working!

In this podcast Sunita Sehmi talks about her approach of engaging before, during and after the programme to ensure that the event is as successful as possible for the organisation and for the individuals who attend.

 

 Sunita Sehmi


Sunita Sehmi is a Certified Executive Coach, Consultant, Speaker and Trainer. She is of Indian origin and was born in London before moving to Geneva in 1992. She has a Psychology degree, specializing in Occupational and Developmental Psychology and a Post Graduate certification in the Development and Training of Adults from the UK. She also has a Masters in Human Resources, Coaching and Career Management from HEC University of Geneva … read more about Sunita here.

The Performance Gap

How do you ensure your training courses cover what your learners really need to know?

In the fourth episode of the Trainer Tools podcast, I talk to Garry Platt, one of the first trainers I ever worked with. In this interview, Garry talks about his approach to learning needs analysis.

 Garry Platt


Garry Platt is an experienced training consultant with more than 30 years experience in the business. He has worked with a number of international organisations helping them to enhance their approach to training and development … read more about Garry here.

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