Returning to work after the festive period can be a frustrating experience for both business owner and employee. Several weeks spent away from the desk can lead to a lack of motivation and desire to perform as workers contemplate the prospect of a dark gloomy January in front of a screen.
When it comes to the staging of conferences re-invention is all important, indeed events hosted in 2018 are far removed from those held ten years prior.
Workplace training should be embedded into any business that wants to thrive. With continually changing technology and increasingly competitive markets, training your staff to become more adaptable to change will only benefit your business. So, what is the true cost of not training your staff?
As we approach the festive countdown there is always a danger that businesses may suffer the consequences of reduced productivity in the workplace. Keeping your staff motivated during this period can certainly be a challenge. So how can companies ensure that crucial things such as team development and personal learning don’t fall to the wayside in favour of some sneaky online shopping?
From corporate seminars to sales, health and safety or management courses, this modern age is awash with different tactics when it comes to engaging and motivating your workforce.
What does remain constant however, is the universal truth that staff training is vitally important to a company’s bottom line. The question is – what is the most effective way to educate your team so that maximum benefit is gained from each course or seminar.
The most recent figures have shown that 26% of adults have been diagnosed with at least one mental disorder – an increase of 68% in just 7 years from the 17.6% it was at in 2014. Even more alarmingly is the forecast that by 2030 approximately there will be 2 million more adults with a mental health condition than there were in 2013.
Company training isn’t just important to business, it is crucial- and an increasing number of companies are investing in the training and development of their staff and reaping the rewards that come with that.
In a fast-moving world the only constant is change and failure to adapt risks stagnation. Indeed, to learn is to evolve and to evolve is to thrive, no matter the industry.
Never let it be said that you or your colleagues can have too much training. Believing as much will result in you falling behind.
A great training event is every bit as dependant on the venue as it is the trainer; when both come into their own the likelihood is your session will prove a highly effective one.
Failure to secure the right location can undermine even great sessions. To avoid that pitfall is to consider what you require on the day itself.
Arranging a healthcare conference is one of the tougher tasks for any event manager. Occasions of this ilk are always governed by a series of regulations but add the NHS into the reckoning and this increases tenfold.