Training can end up being neglected in times of stress. But it serves multiple purposes – creating space for teams to come together (even online) as well as making sure everyone has the skills and knowledge to do their job to the best of their abilities.
Of course, an added advantage of good training is that when staff feel supported, they’re more likely to stay long term – which helps avoid costly recruitment headaches.
That’s why we are focusing on a couple of training-related topics for this quarter’s forum – on Wednesday 27th January.
- How to create training that suits lawyers with different levels of experience and knowledge.
- Finding the best way to implement blended learning – combining written info, videos, assessments, recordings and live training in ways that are proven to be effective.
If you attended last time you’ll know this is an interactive discussion.
You’ll have the opportunity to contribute to the discussion, share challenges, share what’s working well for you, and ask questions.
As always, we like to cultivate a relaxed atmosphere and the forum will be chaired by Gill Steel to keep things on track.