This month I’ve been thinking a lot about the tools and methods that we learn through multiple training events and the way in which they are applied (or not) when people get back to work. You, or your company, may have invested significant sums of money on developing your skills to be able to do “x” (insert whatever it was for you in place of “x”) and yet even if you’ve been one of those who went back to apply your new skills, you maybe still haven’t quite managed to get the results that you were hoping for.
Granted, you may not have picked up all the ins and outs of applying the particular tool and some of that will come with further study or practise. But even those who have seemingly mastered the intellectual skills of a particular method still don’t always seem to get the results that they were expecting. [Read more…]