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6 Success Tips for Today’s Bank Trainer

Have you ever conducted training and felt like the program fell flat? Have you struggled with disengaged learners or experienced supervisors that complain about either too much or too little training? Honey Shelton has some tips for you.

What You Will Learn:

  • Sharpen your planning skills
  • Enlist the support of a champion
  • Deploy best practices for communicating with learners and supervisors
  • Put into play engagement techniques that encourage rapport and learning
  • Create raving fans by providing practical, time-saving tools
  • Polish your presentation skills

This program is presented by Honey Shelton, one of the many dynamic speakers for the 2020 Bank Trainers Conference

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