Employee development: How to convince managers to train their teams

Good news. After presenting your employee development business case to the board, your proposed L&D budget has finally been approved. With the finances in place and buy-in from senior management, the biggest challenges are now out of the way, right?

Maybe not. Getting informed agreement from your C-suite execs is undoubtedly a big achievement and the first major step towards the success of your program. But it’s not the only buy-in you need to secure. Before you can move forwards, there’s another group of “key people” you need to convince too. Your department heads.

But, why is their engagement in your strategy so important and what can you do to secure it? Let’s take a look.

Do department heads really need to be involved in training?

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