Processes, prioritization, and people can save a training manager's sanity.
In 1999, I left a large organization with a training department of more than 100 people across three states. I was thrilled to join a new organization as a training manager. There was one catch: I was a department of one. I was a training manager with no one but myself to manage. In addition, the new company provided almost none of the resources I was used to at my previous employer. Despite those obstacles, the oppo