The reason behind team training is to transfer knowledge from you and others in the organization to the employees who need the information to perform their job duties. This can include information on how to sell a specific product, how to run a new machine or program, how to handle demanding customers, how to run and utilize a new report, etc. The information needs to get to employees, but it’s also all about the way it’s delivered. No matter what your specific situation is, training and team building with your employees are still necessary. Here are a few ideas I have found to offer both to teams in multiple areas. Onsite training: I believe that going to the actual location periodically is extremely important for many reasons, but to perform some exercise and to hold team building sessions are two on the top of my list. Plan out the activities before arriving and get as many of the managers and a few of the employees involved in the planning. Getting their input on what would work well for their location helps to ensure everyone becomes engaged in the activities.
Leadership training: Hold annual or semi-annual leadership training with specific initiatives for your team to take back to other employees. Find a way to hold them accountable for performing the exercise (and always build in the team building aspect into the activities) with their employees. Online training: I recommend this avenue for specific procedures or ongoing training for all employees, but I also recommend this as a follow-up to recently implemented on-site team training either by you or your leadership team. Use a program that allows you to include either an end-of-training quiz or some form of tracking so you can run a report to see who has completed it successfully. Weekly/ monthly on-site team building activities: Create a monthly or weekly team building regimen and appoint specific leadership members to conduct these activities.
The Importance of Team Building for Cartridge Manufacturers
Different places: Not all cartridge development activities have to be on-site. Depending on the type of business, it may make sense to host toner printer activities off-site, especially when conducting team building activities. Taking employees to a baseball game, out for a nice dinner on the company, going miniature golfing, or some other fun activity can help boost morale, increase employee retention, and help employees get to know each other better (which results in a better working environment for everyone). Every cartridge manufacturing company will have different training and team building objectives. Finding out how employees work and learn with each other will help determine the type and frequency of toner cartridge activities for that location or team. There are many benefits to online Six Sigma Training rather than traditional classroom-based or onsite training. Companies which employ Six Sigma online training are free to use interactive software tools to impart some of the more difficult topics to grasp. The workers can study at their speed, time and learning level, by skipping the hard laser print cartridge activities until later or going through common issues more quickly.