Why Workforce Training is Important?

With the rise of globalization in terms of the knowledge economy businesses need to improve their bottom-line to stay competitive. Technology is the cause for this due to its rapid growth across all specters. The reality is job skill set becomes absolute everyday as technology increases.

Why it is important for workers to become a life-long learner?

The increase in the use of technology demands changes in job skills. Workers need a new mindset to stay competitive in their position if they want to remain employed. Workers need to understand the importance of a strong human capital in the workplace. This is businesses greatest asset. Training offers workers the opportunity to continually upgrade their skills. As such, growing staff continuously will keep businesses in the loop in the ever-expanding knowledge economy.

How valuable training programs are in boosting staff morale and retention?

Research shows that companies that offer training improve productivity enhance staff morale and increases retention. Workers see training as a benefit to them because of the career opportunities that are at their disposal. On the other hand, businesses that do not offer training and development to their workers are at risk in loosing their workforce. It is imperative for businesses to offer training to staff due to the ever changing demand of the workforce in keeping up to date in the knowledge economy. Businesses have much to gain in keeping their competitive edge by building a learning workforce.

What is the Greatest Organizational Need today?

The greatest need today in the workforce is developing the skills of Personal Accountability. It is the foundation for all successful endeavors. Too many people today make excuses or blame other people or conditions for their own lack of performance. This builds interdepartmental barriers and destroys teams. You can easily train your organization in skills of “how to” be accountable with the use of our QBQ! Question Behind the Question internally facilitated development system.

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Sincerely,

Jim Strutton, CEO

Accountability Plus, Inc.

Strutton@Accountability-Plus.com

770-205-8171

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