Survey after survey show that employees don’t want just good pay, they want to be developed, valued and work for an organisation that makes a positive contribution to their communities.
For example, earlier this year the Sunday Times published its results for the 100 Best Companies to Work For.
The survey revealed the best performing businesses had high levels of engagement with their staff. Clearly good employers value feedback and consult regularly with their employees over issues that might affect them.
In this way a Management Training programme can add real value to the business. However, Management Training should not be about sitting in a classroom! A Management Training programme that truly seeks to develop it’s managers and leaders should encompass a wide range of learning actions to help the participants develop the necessary management and leadership behaviours that will make the business successful.