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Executives are typically responsible for receiving Learning & Development training to help them stay up-to-date on the latest industry trends and best practices.

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How to Hire Freelancers for Your Executives Training Needs

If you're an executive looking to improve the skills of your employees, you may be wondering what types of training are available and what types of roles you might need. At Learnexus, we have a wide variety of freelance talent available to help you create and deliver high-quality training in every category. Here are some common questions that executives have when it comes to training, and some answers that may help you make an informed decision.

Types of Training Needs

When it comes to training, there are several different types of needs that you might have as an executive:

  • Skills training: This type of training focuses on improving the specific skills that your employees need to do their jobs effectively. For example, if you run a marketing agency, you might need training on the latest digital marketing techniques.
  • Compliance training: Many industries have regulations that require employees to complete specific training. For example, if you work in healthcare, you might need training on HIPAA regulations.
  • Soft skills training: Soft skills are the interpersonal skills that help employees work effectively with others. For example, you might need training on communication, teamwork, or leadership.
  • Onboarding training: When you hire new employees, you need to get them up to speed quickly. Onboarding training can help them understand your company culture, policies, and procedures.

Types of Training Deliverables

Freelancers can help you create a wide variety of training deliverables, including:

  • E-learning modules: These can be accessed online and can include interactive elements like quizzes, videos, and simulations.
  • In-person workshops: These can be held on-site or off-site and can be tailored to your specific needs.
  • Training manuals: These can be printed or digital and can provide detailed information on specific topics.
  • Webinars: These can be accessed online and can include live or recorded sessions.

Types of Training Topics

At Learnexus, we have freelancers available to help you with every type of training topic, including:

  • Leadership and management
  • Customer service
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Health and safety
  • Human resources
  • Information technology

Types of Training Roles

When it comes to building and delivering training, there are several different types of roles that you might need:

  • Instructional designers: These professionals can help you design effective training programs that meet your specific needs.
  • Subject matter experts: These are individuals with expertise in specific areas who can help you create high-quality training content.
  • Trainers: These are individuals who can deliver training in person or online.

Examples of Training Done Well

Some examples of companies that have done a great job with employee training include:

  • Zappos: This online retailer is known for its exceptional customer service, which is largely due to the company's extensive training programs.
  • Starbucks: The coffee giant provides ongoing training to its employees on everything from coffee brewing to customer service.
  • Google: The tech giant is known for its innovative training programs, including its "Google University" and its "Googler-to-Googler" program.

The Benefits of Hiring Freelance vs Full-time Contractors

There are several benefits to hiring freelancers for your training needs:

  • Cost-effective: Freelancers are often more affordable than full-time contractors, since you only pay for the work that you need.
  • Flexible: Freelancers can often work on a project-by-project basis, which allows you to scale up or down as needed.
  • Specialized expertise: Freelancers often have specialized expertise in specific areas, which can help you create higher-quality training content.

Overall, if you're an executive looking to improve the skills of your employees, hiring a freelance training contractor can be a smart choice. At Learnexus, we have a wide variety of talent available to help you create and deliver high-quality training in every category.


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