Inspired workforce= Increased Output
The importance of developing core skills no matter the ability or position of a person, will never ‘go out of fashion’. They are the fundamental trainings that shape a person-centred approach to business and ensure that teams align and thrive within their organisation’s values, service and vision.
With Educational organisations developing and enhancing their provision to ensure ‘real world’ experience is integrated into their curriculums, we are seeing future employees and business owners understand the importance of developing core skills and a life-long learning approach to their careers.
I am sure we can all remember a teacher at school that was teaching something you all knew was the same thing they had taught for the last 20 years. It was delivered on auto pilot and felt stale… What was the impact on you as a student? Well, I would imagine you felt uninspired because ultimately the teacher felt uninspired! Of course, there are always core skills where the fundamentals don’t change, but the truth is there is no industry that is future-proof. With research and evidence being generated regularly, the importance of staying fresh and up to date in the latest strategies and information relevant to your business is crucial. Of course, the training and development will enhance practical skills and impact results, but this goes even deeper.
Humans love to learn.
We love having purpose and that is what keeps us inspired. If you have an inspired workforce, the output from your team will increase. If the teacher you imagined earlier, had been on regular CPD training led by a high quality, external provider; they would have been exposed to new perspectives, gain insight and be inspired. By sparking creative thinking, motivation to collaborate and communicate with others, it could have meant the lessons would have looked very different.
At Jarrold Training we are already seeing an increase of businesses capitalising on the talents within their teams by investing and developing a mastery approach within their workforce. With an average of 28% of our enrolled clientele being young professionals, they are advancing not only their skillset but to understand themselves and their strengths to enrich operational dynamics. By utilising and recognising areas of development in your team, you will guarantee the retention of your staff which will ultimately benefit the long-term innovation and results for any business.