Last year, in the United States alone, companies spent $150 billion on trainings. For almost every organization, the basic need for training is effectively the same- get my employees to understand my business well enough. Why is this important? Because aligning a hundred people to do the same task is no mean feat.
As a first-time manager, you would have noticed by now that your focus has suddenly shifted. Your targets are no longer your personal goals. Instead, your targets directly impact the business. Daunting as it may seem, a reorientation is in order. Finding it hard to think from a broader perspective? We can help.
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