Do we have to do mandatory training?

In this week's episode Leyla the pushback on do we have to do mandatory training? What the definition of mandatory training really is as well as how to get people on board with training. Continue Reading Do we have to do mandatory training?

Welcome to the 250th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast! This month, we’re exploring the theme of “Why Pushback?” In today’s episode, we’ll delve into this compelling topic by answering the question: Do we have to do mandatory training?

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In today’s show on do we have to do mandatory training?

  • About my TEDx Talk. [00:45]
  • Why I chose today’s topic to explore. [01:05]
  • Defining the difference between statutory and mandatory training [02:13] 
  • Why organisations should be providing training for their staff. [06:04]
  • What happens when you make training mandatory? [09:58]
  • The ways you can think about commissioning training differently [11:38]

Quotes on do we have to do mandatory training?

  • There’s a difference between mandatory and statutory training.
  • Statutory training is required to ensure the organisation meets its legislative duties.
  • People often have terrible experiences with training, and so that can cause resistance.
  • You can’t just roll out poor-level training and expect things to change or make a true difference.

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