Too many managers view training as a luxury, not a competitive and strategic necessity. "What if we train our employees and they leave?" they ask. Well, what if you don't train them and they stay?
Are you one of those managers who looks at training as a nice-to-have instead of a must-have? To assess your commitment to your staff training needs, see how many of the following statements hit close to home:
If you've used or heard more than three of these lines in your company, then you've got a training problem. And in today's business landscape, training is not just a matter of survival; it's what separates high performance organisations from those that go under.
Training is more than just building the skills and knowledge of each individual of your team for their own personal benefit. Companies that have invested in training report the following benefits:
But, training will be effective only when certain conditions are met:
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