Case Study: Iggy’s Bread of the World Please answer the questions related to the case.Meet the requirements:font 12, space 1,5 (you can do double and I will make it 1,5….
Training practices:Design a public agenda for training or one-on-one meetings as a starting point
1. Design a public agenda for training or one-on-one meetings as a starting point. The agenda should include items that would normally be part of a typical training agenda (see video).
2. Select 4 individuals to set their training agenda (preferably from your team if it is large enough, and represent the jobs for which you identified the KPIs in the previous phase).
3. Assign a page to each person and write their name on it. Briefly write on each page some basic information about each person, in order to provide the references with a mental picture of each individual, and try to answer some questions, such as: Where is the level of these individuals on the chain of job performance (see the video to activate your information)? What do they excel at? What challenges are they facing? Do you see that they are “difficult characters”? Why yes, or why not? What opportunities do they have to develop? Make sure to write one or two short paragraphs (no more than 200 words).
4. Set for each person on his page at least 3 goals (preferably more than this) – these goals should reflect the KPIs that you set for the jobs of these individuals in the first stage.
5. Write each person’s training agenda on their page, and consider discussing those goals and other typical agenda items (such as discussing key performance indicators for these individuals’ jobs). Take some time to think about the training agenda, and make sure to get it done, you will need the training agenda to reference in the next phase, as you will be required to have training conversations with at least two of your chosen employees