|I just participated in a group meeting at my company where a group of about 7 people discussed how to improve training at our company. I came up with a lot of ideas, that the leader recorded and will distribute to management. |
I'm thinking about these ideas and feeling that I won't get credit for them. The leader who will send out the email will. I realized how it's important to give people credit for what they do.
Some of my ideas were: Make training part of your review and manager's review Have tools available that make it easy to record and publish training programs Change the way reviews are done that disincentive training co-workers because you're graded on a curve where only 20% can get the highest rating Encourage people with skills to offer training in their expertise Hire a consultant to come up with a method to improve training Query the workers as to what the training needs are Pilot project using the tools and methods Have a monthly lunch to announce new training that's available, emails don't work Allocate time per week for training like Google's 20% time