Set yourself up for success:
How to understand your new job
How to understand and balance stakeholder expectations
What to do on the first day
What to do during the first 90 days
How to organize yourself
How to develop yourself
Set your team up for success:
How to build a team
How to maintain a team
How to develop people to become high performers
How to run meetings
How to have crucial conversations and solve conflict
How to develop a performance based culture
Set your organizational unit up for success:
How to understand and organize work efficiently
How to continuously improve work
How to get the information you need to manage successfully
We have 20+ years of a proven track record showing we successfully prepare people for their daily work in a way that mirrors the specifics of their organization.
A lot of upskilling and reskilling training actually involves helping employees to catch up with current technologies and best practices so they can expand their capabilities or perform their current role in a more efficient way. The proof is in the numbers, with 91% of companies and 81% of employees stating that upskilling and/or reskilling boosted productivity levels.
Customers want to know they are working with efficient and knowledgeable people. When your employees are at the top of their game, it reflects well on the organization as a whole. Taking a look at the press that top companies have received when announcing their upskilling and reskilling programs shows just how deeply this kind of talent development strategy resonates with employees and customers alike.
Upskilling and reskilling the existing workforce is a significantly more cost-effective way to close the skills gaps in your organization. According to Deloitte’s 2019 Human Capital Trends report, reskilling an internal candidate can cost as little as one sixth compared with hiring and training an external candidate. It’s also a cost-effective method of lowering employee turnover rates and the associated costs. In fact, 94% of Millennials would stay with a company longer if they invested more in their learning and development.
Learning and development plays an important role in employee satisfaction. Candidates are assessing how well a company supports their employees across many different areas when applying for a new role and training and career progression opportunities are top of the bill. Providing upskilling and reskilling opportunities is an effective way to enhance your reputation as an employer in order to attract and retain top talent.