The answer to this is yes. No matter what your thoughts are and you think that you are ‘smarter’ than training your employees who will just leave any way – let’s face it – a constant development is the key to a satisfied employee.
Therefore, if you choose to invest in technology, software, buildings and customer base to ‘protect’ your company – but not consider your livable assets guiding you in that matter, you may miss the whole point of success.
- conducting needs assessments to develop the training curriculum and how the employees support the overall business mission
- directing training classes ONLY with a strong business reason for them
- conducting training classes which have a specific, behavioral or objective outcomes previously defined
- reinforcing the skills taught in any of our previous courses
- not tolerating discouragement of any kind and strongly disagree with that
- conducting a complex process and understanding the needs and criteria of the business and its goals before starting the strategy
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About the author:
Mandy Skinner is the Head of Client Services at The Wedge Group, Inc., where she has worked with organizations such as Cornell University and Prudential Securities. Her service and support are individualized to meet the changing and diverse needs of all The Wedge Group’s clients.
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