Is Your Training Worth Paying For?
Creating Valuable Training People Will Pay For

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Byronellington2
Chief Learning Officer, Keller Williams Realty, Inc.
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How many people voluntarily paid to attend your last training class?  How many do you want to pay for your next one?

In an industry of commission-based independent contractors:

1. Training is an expense to the learner (cost of admission, travel, and time away from commission generating activities)
2. Contractors choose whether or not they will attend based on perceived value

And yet, Training's #1 winner of the Top 125 learning organizations, Keller Williams Realty, Inc., regularly has associates pay hundreds and even thousands of dollars to travel to their training classes.  In fact, many of their associates joined the company because of their training.  So what’s the secret?

Join Chief Learning Officer Bryon Ellington as he shares secrets for creating great training:

1. The Course Creation Process as a Competitive Advantage
2. Rethinking Roll-out: Momentum Building Pilots and Beyond
3. Developing a Head-turning Faculty Worth Paying For
4. “Real Play”: Production in the Classroom
5. Creating, Tracking, and Communicating Value


About Bryon Ellington

As Chief Learning Officer, Bryon's mission is what attracted him to real estate in the first place: to create a faculty, curriculum and online experience that drives the productivity of our agents and offices and is the undeniable market leader. Every decision he makes is focused on providing a clear path for agents and leaders at any level to join KW and grow their business. KWU is like coming home for Bryon. As a second generation Realtor, he's excited to have the opportunity through KWU to help the incredible entrepreneurs who choose this industry to find a better tomorrow.
 
After helping to define the technology tools that would most effectively drive associates' businesses forward, he moved to a leadership role with KWU, then went on to the director of research and development, chief products officer, and finally, chief operations officer of KW Worldwide before moving to his current role.  While his title and function may have changed, Bryon remains true to finding synergistic development of the training and tools that will provide Keller Williams associates with a competitive edge.

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