As a manager, supervisor or leader, you know how important it is to facilitate employee
empowerment and continue to build levels of skill and confidence. The 10 Point to Know-it-All
program creates change management through a planned approach. The program ensures you
know that your employees have the necessary knowledge and skills to safely produce quality work.
Through the 10 Points to Know-it-All program, Barry utilizes a hands-on approach with your
management team ensuring that you:
1. Understand what your employees need to know
Barry works with your management to articulate and clarify what employees need to
know. The framework for training goals and objectives is built on this.
2. Benchmark employee competency levels
His experienced allows him to assess the current level of employee competency and skill,
and the observed competency level of your employees identifies what training needs
3. Identify the gap between what your employees know and what they need to know
The difference between company expectations of employee knowledge and skill, and
the observed comptency level of your employees tells you where training needs to be
enhanced and what needs to be learned.
4. Design a customized training program to meet your needs
Barry will work with your team to design an effective training program customized to meet your company training objectives,
which includes a training schedule and skills matrix.
5. Write and develop dynamic, engaging training presentations
He will work with your company subject matter experts to accumulate technical information. His
special skill is to transform subject matter that is often dry or boring into an appealing, entertaining
and easy to absorb format. Barry believes that knowledge transfer is more successful if the attention
of the participants is captured. All support material is provided, such as handouts and training manuals.
6. Train your trainers to present effectively
Barry's training approach delivers training presentations to train your trainers so they may deliver the training themselves!
He is adept at coaching leaders and supervisors in how to present training material effectively to their reports.
7. Create assessment tools to monitor information retention
An essential element that develops targeted tests and quizzes to ensure that learning points are emphasized and remembered.
A variety of formats are used including crosswords, multiple choice, and problem-solving scenarios.
8. Assess and monitor long-term knowledge retention
How do you know that your employees continue to retain and use imparted knowledge six months or a year after
training? Barry will return and assesses your employees' knowledge retention. Training content and format is adjusted if necessary.
9. Train internal auditors to continue monitoring
Perhaps you would prefer to set up an ongoing internal auditing program to continuously monitor employee information retention.
Barry offers an internal auditors training package.
10. Report on the success of the training program
Barry provides reports to management on the progress and effectiveness of your training program.