Uncertainty over the economy both here and abroad means that 2013 could be another challenging year for businesses. The organisations that cope the best will be those that continue to raise the skills and knowledge of those who work for them. Here are some reasons why you should invest more in your people in 2013. Learn More
There seems to be something in organisations today that lowers the creativity of people, something that almost sucks the positive and latent abilities out of them. The cause? Today’s management processes that drive discipline, economy, rationality and order, and place little or no value on originality, passion, non-conformity and potential. Learn More
You have your work cut out for you as a trainer. Truth be told, you can pour hours of your life into preparing a training session but the work you do will be rendered useless if you find you are part of an organisation that doesn’t really foster the development of its employees.
Before you plan your next training session, consider the four main developmental blocks. They are:
As a trainer it’s your responsibility to identify these blocks and find ways to work around them. Communicate with all levels of management and with every employee to ensure your organisation’s training requirements are clear. There’s no reason for anyone to be left in the dark with it comes to continuing education.