We are all aware that training budgets have always been under pressure, and that will always be the case. Sales training budgets are no different, so it is a case of continually doing more and more with fewer resources. To be successful, training managers must continually monitor emerging trends and implement winning strategies early enough, to keep their company’s nose ahead of the opposition.
Are you a product training manager in a multinational pharmaceutical organization, where a number of new drugs are released frequently? Are you facing challenges in training your sales teams on every new product launch? Do you feel constant pressure to train employees to perform better in their jobs? If you answer Yes to these questions, try outsourcing your healthcare product training.
Compliance training is all about educating employees and making them aware of the rules, policies, and work ethics they need to follow in their work environment to avoid penalties. However, in many cases, employees don’t show interest in completing compliance courses because they include legal terminology which is usually boring.
Nobody likes to start their first day at work with assessments. The nervousness, tension, hesitation and anxiety associated with a new job are bad enough – to top it all, an induction course with a long assessment that must be attempted can prove to be a bit too much for new hires. But add a game or a game element to the induction training’s ‘assessment’ section, and you could have your new hires smiling even at the end of the course.
According to the National Retail Federation, retails sales in the US will rise by 3.6% this year. Over 137 million Americans will shop online or hit the stores this holiday season and this will continue through the New Year. Are you prepared to cope with this influx and channelize it to boost your annual sales? You can do this by motivating your sales teams.
Sales people need continuous guidance from their superiors on how to deal with clients and sell their products. But being tied up with busy schedules, they cannot take out time for training. Thus, organizations opt for self-paced e-learning, where sales reps can go through the courses at their convenient time and pace.
Employee training is one of the crucial elements for organizations to achieve their business goals. In this regard, many organizations are moving from classroom training to online training. Training managers are recognizing the value of e-learning and adopting the same. Product training is very important as successful sales people play a major role in achieving revenues.
Compliance courses are infamous for being the unavoidable training your employees need to undergo every year. Is there a way to remove the sting of boredom from compliance courses? Is there a way to make them engaging? Well, there are a few ways, which when considered, can make online compliance courses appeal better to your employees.
Another trip around the sun and the calendar year has almost come to an end. Yes, it’s time to look back and review what has happened. When it comes to ‘sales’, rapid changes took place over the year. Informed buying patterns, new technologies, globalization, and many other factors are responsible for changes in the sales environment. Let’s check out the most talked about trends of 2016.
We all know the success or failure of ERP implementation depends on various factors. The choice of the implementation approach could be one and the choice of the training strategy, another. You may choose the implementation approach based on your organization’s size and capabilities, but how do you choose a training strategy? That’s again based on the ERP implementation approach you choose. Wondering how?