Why Training isn’t a Panacea

Welcome to the 65th episode of the Diverse Minds Podcast, and on today’s episode, I talk about why training isn’t a panacea, but part of your strategy to create a positive and productive workplace. 

In this episode, I focus on mental health and well-being training, specifically aimed at workplaces. 

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In today’s show, we talk about:

  • Why I chose to make an episode on this topic. [00:52]
  • Some reasons why workplaces embark on training exercises. [02:07]
  • Things to look out for before booking a coach or consultant. [03:04]
  • What to consider before deciding to deliver a training session in your workplace. [04:46]
  • Factors you need to consider and communicate with a potential trainer or facilitator before booking a training session. [09:01]

Quotes on Why Training isn’t a Panacea

  • Training is, of course, super important but it’s not a panacea, and it won’t solve systemic dysfunction and underlying issues.
  • Please don’t ice the mouldy cake. It might look beautiful on the outside, but when you cut into it, the cake is not fit to eat, and it’s gone off!
  • If you’re spending money on high quality or any training at all, you really don’t want to put that money down the drain. 
  • You want to think more about your training and your training strategy.
  • Please also bear in mind, it’s not fair to ask for endless proposals. That’s exhausting for us as professionals. I particularly find it excessive. 

Work with me

Find out more about the training I provide here

Have a look at my online work-life balance course on Thinkific. You can access it here: http://bit.ly/DMMHPONC

A form to help you with your training can be found here: https://forms.gle/hgnYtmTu33Zeem489 

Power Hour Sessions £150 1-2-1:

Power Hour Sessions for Organisations:

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Remember to tune in next week, where I’ll bring you more insights on mental health and inclusion.

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