When was the last time that you presented your hard earned knowledge to your team?
Typically, the owner/founder of the business has significant proprietary knowledge about all areas of business. As the years have gone by, the owner typically has evolved the business, so this knowledge transfer is critical.
1. Put a halt to boring
Be different, make a change.
2. Training sessions flush out the issues
3. Fix the small stuff that is annoying
Training provides positive forum to fix those employee niggles that irritate you.
4. Renovate your procedures
5. Use the power of the group to solve challenges
Take the tough challenges and let the team go to work on them.
6. You get to practice for your next keynoteThe more training sessions you run, the better prepared you will be for the next big presentation you really have to nail. More time spent in front of the audience presenting gives you the chance to work to refine your high powered presenter mode. Remember, practice makes perfect. Your forgiving team members are a great place to start.
Super tips for an awesome session.
Try holding it in an unusual location
A Change up can invigorate the mood and stimulate free thought.
Take a record of all of the questions
Groups have the ability to flush out lots of customer-centric information.
Pair people up
Get out the marker pens
Don't forget your website
Studies show that up 70% of research about a company is done online before contact is made with a salesperson.