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Having carpenter’s tools (even the best tools) does not mean someone can build a house. Likewise, training someone to read a spreadsheet does not mean he or she can build a financial plan for their department. Or, knowing how to prepare a presentation does not mean he or she can convince customers to do business with you. Sharpening people’s skills does not automatically mean they can deliver results.

Question:

Specifically, what are you doing to orient staff development to increasing effectiveness? Yes, results? Do you know what works? How? Do you know what doesn’t work? What now?

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