The best way to develop an organization is to invest in human resources through education, health and training. Training is a recruiting tool. Today’s young workers want more than a paycheque. NIS staff members are geared toward seeking employment that allows them to learn new skills. You are more likely to attract and keep good employees if you can offer development opportunities. Training is a retention tool, instilling loyalty and commitment from good workers. Staff looking for the next challenge will be more likely to stay if you offer ways for them to learn and grow while at your organization. Don’t give them a reason to move on by letting them stagnate once they’ve mastered initial tasks.
As Training and Development Manager, my motive is to share knowledge among our staff. If only one person has special skills, you’ll have a tough time recouping their knowledge if they suddenly leave. Spread knowledge around — it’s like diversifying your investments. Training promotes job satisfaction. Nurturing employees to develop more rounded skill sets will help them contribute to the company. The more engaged and involved they are in working for your success, the better your rewards.
Training & Development Manager