Linda Hensel made her second guest appearance in “The Communication Corner,” my Tuesday morning interview program on WBCX-FM, “The Voice of Brenau.” On her initial guest shot, she talked about maximizing your vocal skills. Her return interview focused on organizational training and development–a function she knows well as the Training and Development Specialist with the State Personnel Administration, based in Atlanta, Georgia.
Among the subjects Linda discussed:
–Why expenditures for training and development should not be reduced during tough economic times
–Major shifts in training strategies in the last two decades
–Advantages of having the organization’s leader participate in training sessions
–Dealing with shy participants and their opposites, excessive talkers
–Why shortened attention spans and current technology make interactive sessions more welcomed
–Including a review of “best practices” from other companies in your industry
–Fostering guidelines for ethical behavior
–Getting and using honest feedback from trainees
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