What It Takes to Increase Employee Productivity By Over 200% and Get 24% Higher Profit Margin*
Most Senior and HR Managers think that they need to hire experienced employees.
Some Dept. Heads and Managers think that they need to get leaders with proven track records to help drive performance.
Other Managers think that providing the same training to all employees will help close performance gaps.
Benjamin Franklin said, “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”
Nothing could be closer to the truth.
Some Staggering Stats
On Performance Improvement:
Training employees keeps them engaged. And according to a Dale Carnegie survey, “companies with engaged employees outperform those without by up to 202%.”
On Employee Retention:
An article on ShifteLearning says that “research shows that a full 40% of employees who don’t receive the necessary job training to become effective will leave their positions within the first year.”
National Center on the Educational Quality of the Workforce found out that an increase in the education level of employees is more effective in increasing productivity than increasing the value of equipment.
But here’s the catch.
While all of these are great statistics that prove training and development is an important investment on employee performance and business growth, developing and facilitating a training programme per se is not the answer.
In fact, a report by 24×7 Learning shows that ONLY 12% of training participants say that they were able to apply what they’ve learned to their job. This means that the learning needs were not mapped out to ensure that the training programme meets them. The training must be effective enough to drive the results it was created for.
Ineffective training can potentially cause revenue loss to businesses. Developing a programme that doesn’t address the learning needs costs money.
The question is: How do you develop a training programme?
Creating the training material and keeping it up to date…
Developing training programs that are tailored to everyone to have something to take away that will be beneficial…
With the constant evolution of materials and needs…
And without enough resources, tools and time…
The Good News is…
Rapid Results have built a proprietary 4-Step Framework in developing and facilitating programmes that are aligned with the company values and goals, meet the learning outcomes, and more importantly, ensure a return on investment.
As a leading provider of measurable, sustainable long-term results for organisations throughout New Zealand since 2003, our proven 4-Step Framework allows us to deliver effective custom training solutions for our clients.
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Due To Ineffective Training*
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At Rapid Results, we are fully committed to helping you and your employees succeed.
3 Month Support: We provide post training support to answer any questions or concerns that may come up after the training.
100% Guarantee: If our training programmes fail to meet our agreed expectations, we will do whatever it takes to correct the situation free of charge.
It’s time to get serious about investing in training opportunities to meet the needs of our employees.
When you take care of your employees, they will take care of your customers.