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Creating a
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Training Program
BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
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COMPETENCY-BASED TRAINING TODAY
Let’s start with a basic question.
Does competency-based training (CBT) rem...
BIZLIBRARY.COM
COMPETENCY-BASED TRAINING TODAY
The overall state of employee training today is fluid, dynamic and complex....
BIZLIBRARY.COM
COMPETENCY-BASED TRAINING TODAY
Organizations will need a new generation of learning
strategies to meet the...
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[GUIDE] Creating a Competency-Based Training Program

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In this guide, you will learn why a focus on key competencies is important, the characteristics of best-in-class competency-based training programs, and a straightforward seven-step process any organization can use for their programs today. - Download the entire guide at http://www.bizlibrary.com/resources/ebooks/cbt-how-to.aspx

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[GUIDE] Creating a Competency-Based Training Program

  1. 1. BIZLIBRARY.COM Creating a Competency-Based Training Program BROUGHT TO YOU BY: BY: CHRIS OSBORN, VP OF MARKETING, BIZLIBRARY and JESSICA BATZ, MARKETING SPECIALIST, BIZLIBRARY
  2. 2. BIZLIBRARY.COM COMPETENCY-BASED TRAINING TODAY Let’s start with a basic question. Does competency-based training (CBT) remain a relevant concept or best practice in today’s evolving employee learning world? And if CBT remains relevant, how does it fit into a new generation of learning strategies? The answer to the first question is, “Yes, CBT remains an employee learning and development best practice.” The answer to the second question is more complex, but it is a challenge best-in-class learning organizations must meet effectively. In this brief guide to effectively implementing a competency-based employee learning program, we will explore why a sharp focus on key competencies is more important than ever. We will identify the key characteristics of best-in-class competency-based training programs, and we will provide a straightforward seven step process any organization can use to implement a CBT starting today.
  3. 3. BIZLIBRARY.COM COMPETENCY-BASED TRAINING TODAY The overall state of employee training today is fluid, dynamic and complex. This very state helps explain why CBT can and should remain an important strategic part of a new generation of employee learning strategies. Organizations are facing a myriad of challenges – both external and internal. The external challenges range from the pace of change to technology advancing faster than our capacity to adapt. Internal challenges range from key employee retention to workplace demographics. We are also facing at a world where some of the most important jobs within our own organizations might not even exist three years from now. You could call this a “perfect storm” of pressure and threats for organizations. It might also be a “perfect storm” of unprecedented opportunity for learning and development professionals and teams to rise in prominence and importance. If organizations are going to succeed in this highly charged and volatile marketplace, they will need leaders and employees with skills and competencies that will facilitate that success. An important issue is identifying exactly what these skills and competencies might be. As organizations make these important strategic decisions, it’s going to fall to learning and development professionals to lead not only the actual development of employees and leaders, but to also play a pivotal role in determining the competencies that will be essential for organizational success.
  4. 4. BIZLIBRARY.COM COMPETENCY-BASED TRAINING TODAY Organizations will need a new generation of learning strategies to meet the external and internal challenges they now face. Traditional strategies that focused on organizational needs and resources will not be effective in this new reality. We have to stand traditional organizational learning strategies on their heads, and focus learning tightly on the needs of each employee. The most encouraging aspect of this shift in perspective, is that we have three important factors converging at the same time to make this not only possible, but likely to succeed. The three factors that are converging are: Demographics Behaviors Technology
  5. 5. BIZLIBRARY.COM DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE GUIDE AT BIZLIBRARY.COM For a free 30-day trial of BizLibrary, click here. http://www.bizlibrary.com/free-trial

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