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Published by R.P.P.I.T.B. in Brentford .
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  However, since you are a smaller company and therefore, more likely to have each employee possessing a different skill, a customized learning plan may be more suitable for you. 4. Set up a mentoring program in the form of mini-teams in your company where members who don’t have certain skills are mentored by those who do. As a study by S.M Author: Roz Bahrami. It may be tempting to cut employee training when the company budget is tight, but well-trained employees are vital, if you want your small business to flourish. The short term savings aren't worth the future losses the company may suffer from the resulting decreased productivity. Lack of training can result in inefficient business procedures and employees with outdated skills.   Here are 5 of the best employee training books that cover many different perspectives: 1. The Learning and Development Book, by Tricia Emerson and Mary Stewart, While most training books are written to be absorbed and thoroughly picked apart, this book by Emerson and Stewart was written for professionals with less time on their hands.5/5(1).   Hyundai Tucson Review. Kia Forte Review. Audi A7 Review. Are you ready to start or improve your small business employee training? Use the tips below to create a training .

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The content is so relevant, it works regardless of the type of small group system in use. Whether you’re leading a small group or leading a small group ministry, Leading Small Groups with Purpose is a great addition to my must-have list. I loved it and I know you will too! You can read my full review right here. Technical Document No. 24 Training Manual for Small Business Management COURSE STRUCTURE, METHODS AND LANGUAGE The course was delivered in a workshop format with interaction opportunities for the participants. Most of the information presented by the facilitator was enriched with the participant’s experiences. Divide Training Into Levels. Divide training into levels so employees have a specific goal to reach. Tie rewards to specific levels so there’s even more incentive for employees to master each training level. For example, one small business gave its employees the freedom to take on “side projects” in other departments which interested them. Role-plays, business experience sharing and energizers must be done in the course of the training. After each topic, there must be experience sharing by the participants to enable them learn from one another’s experience. At the end of each day’s training, there must be an evaluation exercise (refer to page 29 for the questions GOOD LUCK.