How to Get Your Company’s Leadership to Buy into Training Initiatives

A good training program is a high-value asset for any organization. Just like any project, your training efforts need goals and a path to reach them. Your company’s training initiatives should mesh well with those goals. Every new initiative needs to be accepted by executives and managers to be effective.

Providing more learning and development resources for your workforce is important. A long-term project funded by the Middlesex University for Work-Based Learning found that 74% of the 4,300 workers who participated felt that they were not achieving their fullest potential on the job due to a lack of development opportunities.

The same study also found that 56% of human resources managers viewed training and development as an essential part of their business.

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