Employee Enagagement – Training and Development
Does your company give all employees ample opportunities for growth?
In all companies it is evident that employees work with considerably more enthusiasm when they are given opportunities to develop their skills.
If you make a commitment to the development of training programmes within your company you can engage with your employees to develop their current and future, technical and interpersonal skills, thus helping to improve their beliefs about the organisation.
During an economic downturn it is standard practice to cut budgets within the company and more often than not the training budgets are on the top of the list. This may seem like a good idea in the short term but will not benefit your organisation in the long term.
It is necessary to realise that it is so important to create a sense of personal growth in individuals working within your organization.
It must be noted however that developing a good training strategy by no means implies that employees go to regular training courses that that have no link with the role they are in or what they are aiming to move towards.
Learning and development, done correctly, involves setting specific learning objectives for your employees that will motivate and engage them in a way that will benefit everyone involved.
If employees feel that the company supports them in developing themselves then they will be fully engaged, which in turn will achieve business success.