Nine problems with conventional training

 

Practice does not make perfect
Tenure does not guaranty competence
Experience can be a poor teacher
Learning by mistakes is a waste of time
Trial and error learning is inefficient
Systems can’t change people
Bosses are often poor models
Self study isn’t enough
Training alone will not produce behaviour change     
                                                                 
Source: William Byham    

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Mike Morrison is a consultant and change agent specialising in developing skills in senior people to increase organizational performance.
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