Do you know where to invest your training and development dollar?
We offer immediate access to off-the-shelf and customised Online Training Needs Analysis (TNA) Questionnaires for the following competency assessments:
- Direct Sales / New Business Development
- Account Management
- Sales Support
- Outbound Telesales
- Inbound Telesales
- Sales Management
- Customers Service
- Communication and Interpersonal Competencies (non sales roles)
Great for assessing your sales, service, management or interpersonal skills fitness and learning needs against a core competency framework.
- Individual and team reports are available
- Single, 180 and 360 degree
The TNA is competency based and would use findings gathered from your job design project. We customise the Barrett Online Training Needs Analysis Questionnaire using superior performance competency data compiled from a competency profiling project. All participants would be rated on each competency, via a collaborative discussion with their direct manager. Findings will be summarised to identify individual and group training priorities.
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