As an HR manager, I was responsible for recruiting and training new employees, managing employee relations, and ensuring the company’s compliance with labor laws. But as the company grew, so did my responsibilities, and I realized that I needed to improve my training skills to keep up with the demands of the job.
My first step was to assess my current training skills and identify areas that needed improvement. I recognized that while I had experience in conducting training sessions, I lacked the skills to design effective training programs. I also needed to learn how to assess the effectiveness of the training and make adjustments as needed.
To address these gaps, I enrolled in a training course that covered instructional design, delivery methods, and evaluation techniques. The course was intensive, and I spent countless hours studying and practicing my new skills. But the effort was well worth it, as I gained a new level of confidence in my ability to create effective training programs.Continue reading “My Training Skills as an HR Manager”