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Brand & nbsp;Disney Institute, I believe that the training is an important part of organizational culture and an important part of raising stronger workforce. However, what we see in our workforce training mission is over the last 30 years Organizations appear to reduce the number of support they need to reach the desired level of performance.

While investing time and resources effectively to train and improve Their staff, some organizations seem easy hope that is The staff will be professional and begin to show the workplace characteristics needed after a while. Well, I can assure you that "hope" is simply a long-term strategy!

We have learned, to ensure employees are learning new skills and do the behaviors that represent you the workplace culture you want, the training can not be viewed as & nbsp;optional-Instead, it should be & nbsp;working& nbsp; based on the organization's value system. & nbsp;

We also see that Trainings often send powerful symbols on what and who the organization values. Here are the three important moments when organizations are more efficient, send good signs to enhance training costs: & nbsp;

Implementation of connectivity& nbsp; – The new staff will make & # 39; many more about the organization based on the first few days. That is why it's important to follow and beyond "how to"Training to do the job or position. The payout should also include photography-i.e. cause the organization is there and does what it does. Share with the organization General purpose and the share price, new tenants can see how they are best suited to the business culture and are guaranteed to go to the organization.

At Walt Disney Parks and Holidays, the first training of all new job-employment & # 39; is called Traditions, focusing on the presentation of team members for general purpose and quality standards, as well as the history and wealth of Disney. & nbsp; The "how-to-to" special training begins the days Traditions.

Transition citizens– When the staff moves to new positions, switch over an hour or so, or by taking the lead role, the training is necessary to provide or reinforce the skills and behaviors needed to succeed. Repatriation training also offers important opportunities reinforce the values ​​of the organization and vision.

Continuous Learning & Development& nbsp; – Investments in sustainable growth and the prosperity of the workers seem to have been successful in the long run. Provide additional opportunities developing skills and leadership skills it is one of the most important ways to send the actual careers of all employees. And, with the opportunity to continue to continue learning and development seem to be working, more productive, and more likely to stay with a company for a long time. & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp;

To find out whether the training is fully operational part of the organizational culture, consider the signs sent to critical times like these and ask yourself: & nbsp;

  • How does this training help the staff understand the "cause" and "how"?
  • What is the value of associations in these training experiences?
  • How will this training expand the staff to deliver activities and what's the purpose and purpose of the project?

Think this way: How can you ensure that training is fully operational in your group or organization?

If you would like to learn more, check ours & nbsp;Disney 's Approach to & nbsp; Participation in Workers& nbsp; professional development course – offered at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida or the Disneyland Resort in California. But, consider a a specific plan for your organization bringing it Disney Institute your team.

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Horse Disney Institute, I believe that the training is an important part of the culture of the organization and an important part of promoting the stronger employers' job. However, what we see in our workforce training mission is over the last 30 years Organizations appear to reduce the number of support they need to reach the desired level of performance.

While investing time and resources effectively to train and improve Their staff, some organizations seem easy hope that is The staff will be professional and begin to show the workplace characteristics needed after a while. Well, I can assure you that "hope" is simply a long-term strategy!

We have learned, to ensure employees are learning new skills and Developing behaviors that represent your culture in the workplace, training can not be seen as such optional-Instead, it should be working to enter the values ​​of the organization.

We also see that Trainings often send powerful symbols on what and who the organization values. Here are three important minutes when organizations are efficient, send good signs and boost training costs:

Implementation of connectivity – The new staff will make a lot of decisions about the organization based on the first few days. That is why it's important to follow and beyond "how to"Training to do the job or position. The payout should also include photography-i.e. cause the organization is there and does what it does. In sharing with the general purpose and share prices of the organization, new tenants can see how it is best suited to the business culture and reaffirms their commitment to working in the organization.

At Walt Disney Parks and Holidays, the first training of all new job-employment & # 39; is called Traditions, which focuses on the presentation of members to our overall objective and quality assurance, as well as the rich history and inheritance of Disney Company. Special training "how to work" begins in the coming days Traditions.

Transition citizens – When workers move to new positions, move from one hour to another, or take responsibility for group leadership, training is necessary to provide or reinforce the skills and behaviors needed to succeed. Training for rehabilitation also provides important opportunities to strengthen the values ​​and opinions of the organization.

Continuous Learning and Development – Investments in sustainable growth and job security organizations seem to be successful in the long run. Offering opportunities to develop professional skills and leadership is one important way to send a signal that shows the right care for all employees. And, those who have the opportunity to continue to learn and continue to develop to become uquruxsan, more productive, and more likely to stay with the company long-term.

To find out if the training is fully operational part of your organization's behavior, consider signs that are sent at critical times like this and ask yourself:

  • How does this training experience help staff understand the "cause" and "how to"?
  • What is the value of associations in these training experiences?
  • How will this training expand the staff to deliver activities and what's the purpose and purpose of the project?

Think this way: How can you ensure that training is fully operational in your group or organization?

If you would like to learn more, check out Disney's Guide for Professional Development Courses – offered at either the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida or the Disneyland Resort in California. But, consider a specific training plan for your organization Disney Institute your team.