"My company has an internal training department that deals with our training needs. I recently heard about this organization that offers a unique program and it has caught my interest. How can I address management without offending them?" Dana asks.
Dana, before approaching management consider discussing the matter with the training professionals in your organization. These professionals are equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to assess training solutions.
If you decide to approach management, remember that training programs should address business needs. Review the organizational structure to determine if the program you find interesting may solve a business problem or help leverage an opportunity.
No matter who you talk with, it is always safe to assume you don't have the complete story so listen carefully and with an open mind to what others have to say.
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