Create Employee Resources
Every business is different so if you rely on general resources to service your business goals you place your business at a disadvantage. It’s far better to tailor the resources used by employees to the specific processes of your business.
Whether your training resources contain actionable strategies, transformational theories, or a combination of the two, it’s important to create a list of online and offline books and articles that your employees can use freely to train themselves in a focused way.
Spend some time investigating your own company-focused curriculum. Don’t forget to incorporate training on cybersecurity services to ensure web safety for your business.
Give Employees Feedback
In order to improve in a job role or to optimize a company process, you need to provide effective feedback to your employees. This means monitoring them in some way and offering the feedback at regular intervals. This could be through one to one meetings or short conversations.
Furthermore, it is a good idea to pass on any customer feedback you have relating to their job role within the company. Customer satisfaction is the top priority for successful companies and optimising your processes based on direct customer feedback is highly valuable.
Employees will also appreciate seeing the fruits of their professional effects.
One on One Training
Group training can be very valuable. You get the chance to share ideas and bond as a team which can support the morale and growth of a business internally; but group training isn’t the only modenof training that’s available. Make sure you also train one to one.
The advantage of one to one training is that you can use mentorship to gain more direct insights into an employee and how they function within an organisation. Individual training also benefits the employee as they obtain more directed help and support.
Use a Learning Management System
A Learning Management System is an integrated education platform that can be used by companies to accelerate the learning of employees. An LMS platform is a way to assemble courses and upload resources that can be utilised by staff in their own time.
Although the technology is well established for LMS systems, the vast majority of companies still use classroom based learning.
Take advantage of this opportunity and allow your company to get ahead of the competition when it comes to efficiency and performance. There is no point in stalling when it comes to innovative technology.
Incorporate Daily Training
Two of Google’s most useful and profitable products, Gmail and Adsense, we’re not developed during the working day at Google. They were instead developed as passion projects by staff using their 20% of allocated time during the day.
Think of the results you could get with the same practices. If you allocate your employees some time every day for training or working on company related projects more informally, you will start to see innovative results and increased profits.
It doesn’t have to be the same 20% offered by Google, even 5 or 10% of the day will help your employees to develop personally and for the benefit of the company.