Top Questions to Use in Evaluating Training Decisions
- Is the program logical and well designed?
- Does the methodology reflect what we do or should be doing every day?
- How involving and engaging is the program design to ensure knowledge transfer?
- Were the materials adapted to reflect our environment and business challenges?
- How clear and organized are the Leader Materials, ensuring consistency in delivery from class to class?
- Are the Leader Materials well organized allowing our staff to deliver the training if necessary?
- What Train the Trainer process do they have if we want our people certified to teach the program?
- What type of research were the skills of the program based on?
- To what extent are the employees using the skills and methodology taught?
- How well did the program create LIFT for those who participated?
- What do other people say about the impact the program has had on their people and their business?
- What tools and follow-up materials does the training provide?
- Does the program’s professional image match or exceed what our people are used to?
- How responsive is the training company to ongoing issues and requirements?
- How well does the program’s coaching component communicate clearly how the manager should support the skills and concepts taught?
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