Are you looking for end of year staff training ideas? I have a list of monthly training topics for you. All you need to do is pick one for each month and print the activities for your employees. Now, let’s get started!

Evaluate And Analyze Your Performance.

You can use this time as an opportunity to evaluate yourself by asking questions such as:

What did I do well? What could be improved? Where did I make mistakes? What did I learn from my mistakes? What skills do I need to develop? Which ones should I focus on first?

Use these answers to identify areas where you want to improve your performance in the coming year. Write down a few specific goals that will help you reach those areas of improvement.

In addition, take a look at how well you’ve met your goals over the past few months or years. If needed, revise or update them based on what you’ve learned about yourself since setting them originally. Examples include:

  1. Being more efficient at work so that you can spend more time doing what matters most (being proactive vs reactive).
  2. Becoming better at managing client expectations (understanding which clients need more hand-holding than others).
  3. Taking on more responsibility so that someone else doesn’t have to pick it up later (being proactive instead of reactive).

Analyze Potential New Skills Required

What skills do you need to develop? Analyze the tasks that will be performed by your employees. Are they doing new things, or are they doing the same things in a different way? If they are doing new things, what skills do they need to learn? If they are doing the same things in a different way, how much change is involved?

Develop A Plan For Learning New Skills.

Develop a plan for learning and implementing new skills. Consider whether it is possible to train everyone on all of the necessary skills at once or if training should be done in phases. Also consider whether it makes sense to hire someone specifically for the purpose of training others (which may involve paying an employee more than you would have paid them for their regular duties).

Get Feedback From Your Supervisor.

It’s a good idea to get feedback from your supervisor on how you’re doing in the job. If you’ve been on the job for less than a year, it’s even more important to ask for feedback because they can help you learn what skills and abilities you need to improve.

Make A Professional Development Plan.

If you have never been to a training session or workshop that can help you become a better manager, now is the time. Training sessions and workshops are designed for managers who want to better themselves and their teams. You can find training sessions on everything from how to create a successful team to how to deal with difficult employees.

Attend Training Sessions Or Workshops.

A great way to get your staff up-to-speed on all the latest and greatest technology is by attending training sessions and workshops. These events can provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to stay current with the industry, while also helping your staff learn new skills that they may not have had before.
You can find a wide variety of training events online, but if you want to ensure that your employees are getting hands-on experience, then it’s best to look for an event in person. You may even want to set aside some time during the year for your employees to attend seminars or conferences in person, which will give them the opportunity to network with others in the industry as well as gain valuable information about emerging trends within the industry.

Look into free training programs offered by vendors like Google or Microsoft for employees who are just starting out with their careers. Other companies may offer similar programs at no cost as well; however, this type of training is generally limited to new hires and interns only.


The end of the year is a time when people are thinking about what’s next. This is also true for employees. Staff members are looking for new challenges and opportunities to develop their skills and build their careers.

If your organization has been around for a while, you may have employees who have been with you since the beginning. Others may have only been with you for a few months. Regardless of their tenure, they all want to feel like they are part of something bigger than themselves – that they have an important role to play in helping your organization achieve its goals and objectives while also advancing their own professional development.

One way you can help your staff feel like they are part of something bigger is by giving them meaningful training at the end of the year. You don’t need to spend a lot of money or take up valuable time during busy season; there are plenty of low-cost ways to train your employees so that everyone feels valued, motivated and ready to take on whatever comes next!



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