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Essential Meeting Blueprints for Managers by Sharlyn Lauby

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Modern perceptions about power and training

As a training professional, I've always thought of training as a requirement. Companies need to provide training to employees in order for them to be successful. But in recent years, I've seen a shift in the way companies and individuals view training and who has power when it comes to training.

Training as a reward

More companies are using training as a way to reward and recognize employees. It can be done by sending an individual employee to a conference or workshop. Another approach is to bring a consultant into the organization for a day of training. Instead of companies saying "We have to conduct training", they're saying "We want to conduct training."

Employees are responding well to the change. Young ...

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