All of your new members are onboarded and trained, but you want them to keep learning throughout their experience? You're in the right place!
WHAT IS IMMEDIATE & INTERMEDIATE TRAINING?
Immediate training is what members need to learn right away, in order to be able to do their job. Intermediate training, on the other hand, is not as urgent and can be delivered later, but is still relevant towards making members better and faster at their job, or getting them closer to reaching their personal development goals!
HOW DO I KNOW WHAT TO TRAIN MY MEMBERS ON AFTER THE ONBOARDING STAGE?
Here are some steps to help you figure it out!
1. Look at their LDA & personal goals!
Your members should have taken the LDA, and then filled out an Individual Development Plan, or set personal development goals at the beginning of their new role. Their scores for each Leadership Quality and their goals should provide you with enough information to start mapping out what they want or need to learn.
2. Take a look at the member education cycles
These education cycles outline what a member need to learn in order to perform in their function. Identify the topics you have not covered with them yet, or the touch points that your members may want or need to attend.
3. Ask them!
When in doubt... ask them what they feel that they are missing, what they want to learn. Use your one-on-one conversations with them to get their input regarding their learning journey!
4. Create/coordinate the content/event.
Once you have identified the content of intermediate training for your team, create the content or invite an expert to come and deliver it for you.
To learn how to properly create and deliver content, attend a Train the Trainers seminar near you! Reach out to your MCVP LCD, email@example.com for details of the next TtTs happening.