Do your employees build skills slowly and show lackluster performance? Do workforce development efforts seem to waste time and money? Are you frustrated with a lack of agility, and out-performed by your competition?
Learn how to make training effective for your workforce:
Bring the Building Giants Workshop to your organization to teach your leaders how to succeed with workforce development!
Katy Caselli is a 21 year veteran of industry, with 18 years as an expert in the Learning and Development field. She is also an author and industrial/organizational psychologist.
What This Course Can Do For Your Organization
Research shows that most of all workforce training is wasted, a tremendous and frustrating drain on time and resources. In this one-day workshop, leaders and other professionals learn how to avoid that waste and plan for effective use of training to create real, measurable impact for the business. Participants (Leaders and Human Resources staff) draft training strategies together to correct behavior in ways that impact organizational goals in predictable and sustainable ways. Students leave with a plan to fix training problems in the organization permanently, with each knowing his/her role in that plan!
- Take a business approach to solve top organizational issues with targeted training that works.
- Develop employees into experts to solve business problems.
- Improve training impact by following a proven model for success.
- Plan new hire orientation and on-the-job training to save training time and reduce quality issues.
- Develop a “Learning Culture” in your organization
Watch a quick video here to see Katy Caselli discuss the model for impactful training! Click to download a flyer about the course→
Based on the book by Katy Caselli, Organizational Psychologist, published in 2016
To schedule a free phone consultation about your organization’s needs, please contact Katy Caselli.
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