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5 considerations for formalizing a nonprofit’s training efforts

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A well-designed training function engages employees and volunteers, increases retention, and informs service provision. The following considerations are a few of the most important to make, whether you’re looking to add structure to isolated learning efforts or formalize an existing training program.

Identity

Seek to understand your organization’s identity and use it as the foundation for your training efforts.

  • Mission: What is the common purpose that your organization is working toward? How does the training function support this?

  • Culture: What

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