One really BIG problem facing most businesses around the world is the lack of action taken back in the workplace. Published research from executive business schools and independent surveys show that 6 months after workplace training only 50% of learning is transferred into action, and at least 80% of the innovative ideas gained during leadership courses, is lost.
We think this is such a waste!
As an award-winning Learning Specialist, Consultant & Trainer for over 34 years, Józefa Fawcett, Chief Learning Architect at JFI works hard to address this problem by continuously supporting the development of managerial & leadership capability, professional HRM, L&D and business excellence.
For business training to be seen as making a real difference, there needs to be three critical elements in place; these are simple to say, yet difficult to achieve:
1. Effective training design, content and delivery
2. Efficient use of new learning ideas in the workplace
3. Appropriate mindset (managers and leaders) to enable and support changes in practice
Create the right learning environment at work and you’ll enable your people managers and team leaders to do their jobs to the best of their ability, which in turn means they’ll increase productivity, support change and improve quality of operational services. Manage them well, let them demonstrate their potential and you’ll feed your talent management pipeline and produce future executive leaders that are able to manage high performing teams.