Maybe you have launched a training programme but it is not reaching its goals, or you are looking at launching a training programme, you are aware of some significant challenges and you don’t want it to fail. Whichever group you fall into, this blog is written to help you understand what can make your training programme fail and the steps you can take to make sure it doesn’t happen to you.
Work is constantly evolving. Technology has allowed businesses to reach an unprecedented number of consumers across many different channels and regions. New methodologies for handling every facet of the business more effectively, from supply chain management to customer service, surface regularly.
A company’s success in a new region is determined in part by how quickly it can get its products on shelves and into the hands of consumers. And when it comes to keeping shelves stocked, one local partner, in particular, plays a significant role: distributors.
Franchisees see a higher probability of success than startups and independent businesses. Around 97 percent of franchisees report profitability. An impressive figure, considering that only 40 percent of startups are still operational after three years.
Bespoke training solutions are created around the specific needs of your learners, brand, and organisation. When training external partners or customers, custom training can localise standards and procedures, incorporate brand specific details, address topics specific to the partner and audience, while also complying with brand design guidelines.
Businesses today have unprecedented reach. A customer from the other side of the globe can specify or order your product and have it arrive within a week. Yet accessibility doesn’t automatically translate to sales. Before a customer even thinks about making a purchase , businesses need to have the ability to connect and address their needs.
For every product or service offering on the market, you can find scores–if not hundreds–of brands trying to sell the same thing. Product is simply not enough to win people over. The true differentiator is also offering a good customer experience, which is where product training comes in. If your internal teams and external sales networks fully understand your product, they will connect it to the customer’s needs and offer a superior service.
It's a given that a salesperson requires product training for the simple fact that they cannot do their job without comprehensive knowledge of the...
No matter which teaching method is used, learner's knowledge retention remains a challenge for many teachers. Online learning offers many benefits,...