Do you send your employees to out-of-house training seminars? Do you think it’s worth the cost?
Two schools of thought - removing the employee from the office to focus on the
A very broad question, it depends on the employee, training and company culture.
Sometimes its the only way to train (after you take away their cell phone)...
Philosoohically, the cost of ignorance far exceeds the cost of training:)
If your culture is one of seeking improvement, increasing high performance, you'll probably find training makes sure your employees grow within their roles. But attendance alone does not mean anything. Help your staff plan training that makes sense to both your goals and their aspirations
It depends on the type of training, your employees and also the size of your company. There are now a lot of free seminars offered, especially in the HR and
First question to be answered: What value or benefit does this training provide to the organization? Second question: What benefit to the employee involved? Third question: Is this the most cost effective way to obtain these benefits? A negative response anywhere along the chain and we drop the idea of an out-of-house seminar.