Gain a better understanding of the reasons you should be investing in ongoing employee training and development.
Im so 3008 and youre so 2000 and LATE. This is one of the phrases sung by the rock group Blackeyed Peas in their song Boom, Boom Pow. This describes in the most cryptic of tones what happens when individuals and organizations fail to provide continued training development and education. If it is allowed to continue, the Peas statement becomes a fact You, indeed, are so late.
If employers are serious about fostering performance, productivity and profits they must have a workforce that is welleducated, developed and trained to anticipate, adapt and adjust to the vagaries of the marketplace.
Join Ted Williams, wellknown workplace consultant, and pick up some takeaways that will aid you and your organization in learning about and implementing strategies, approaches and techniques needed to ensure that your workplace and workforce have the tools needed to constantly and consistently Slay the Dragon.
Reasons for Continued Education, Training and Development
What Is It Going to Take to Convince My Organization This Component Is Critical?
What Should Companies and Individuals Be Looking for Re a Training and Development Culture?
Is the Training, Education and Development Supported by Metrics?
Ilana Saltzbart with King & Spalding LLP