How to train resistant employees, trainees or students Let’s begin with the cold, hard facts – training isn’t optional. Regardless of the career level, the industry or the experience, training your employees is absolutely necessary. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of resistance to training, both on the part of employers and their employees.
For employers, it comes down to a number game. Many employers, particularly postrecession, are just not open to allocating the necessary resources required for adequate corporate training. According to a recently released study from The National Bureau of Economic Research, one of the biggest problems facing American industry isn’t a lack of a skilled workforce. Instead, the problem is that companies have stopped investing in training.
This report will show you how to deal with resistance to training:
- They’re unwilling to train. Get the report to find out why and 14 ways you can do something about it.
- They’re resistant to overall change. Download the report to learn 14 ways to overcome resistance to change.
- They tend to lack engagement in the process. This is costing you money. See how to increase engagement.