Navigating Your Organisation to Implement Training: A Guide
Building the Business Case for Project Leadership Training
Every company handles professional development processes and decisions differently based on its size, culture, budget, structure and professional development maturity. What doesn't change is the importance of getting the right people in the room to identify a long-term development strategy with clear learning objectives. With this guide, you can become a professional development expert where the story of your training investment will become one of accelerated, increased project success and sustained business gains.
Getting the Training Your Team Needs Now for Success: A Guide to Navigating Your Organisation's Training Landscape discusses:
- Identifying the talent that will be best served by project leadership training and how to select the right training programmes for them
- Creating timelines for training and understanding how long it will take to get your people skilled-up in the areas where they need training
- Selecting the types of training and the partner that will work best with your team
- Communicating (and getting approval for) your training plan across the organisation
In order to effectively and efficiently get work done, teams need to be equipped with the right skill sets and competencies to complete their projects. Talent development and performance improvement have become boardroom focal points and as a business leader you likely recognise the value in excellent project management and project leadership skills. But how do you identify the right training and educational support that your team needs?