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Why Continued Education and Training is Crucial for You and Your Organization's Success

OnDemand Webinar (95 minutes)

Gain a better understanding of the reasons you should be investing in ongoing employee training and development.'I'm so 3008 and you're so 2000 and LATE'. This is one of the phrases sung by the rock group Black-eyed Peas in their song Boom, Boom Pow. This describes in the most cryptic of tones what happens when individuals and organizations fail to provide continued training development and education. If it is allowed to continue, the 'Peas'" statement becomes a fact - You, indeed, are so late. If employers are serious about fostering performance, productivity and profits they must have a workforce that is well-educated, developed and trained to anticipate, adapt and adjust to the vagaries of the marketplace. Join Ted Williams, well-known workplace consultant, and pick up some takeaways that will aid you and your organization in learning about and implementing strategies, approaches and techniques needed to ensure that your workplace and workforce have the tools needed to constantly and consistently 'Slay the Dragon.'


William J. Rothwell, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CPLP Fellow, Rothwell & Associates, Inc



• Overview

• Objectives

• Organization of the Webinar

Making the Business Case for Continuing Education and Training

• Reason for Continued Education and Training

- Knowledge Dates Quickly

• Reason for Continued Education and Training

- Continuing Education and Training Is a Retention Strategy

• Reason for Continued Education and Training

- Knowledge Sharing Helps Teach Corporate Culture

• Reason for Continued Education and Training

- Knowledge Sharing Helps Transmit Institutional Memory

• Reason for Continued Education and Training

- Talent Is the Only Competitive Advantage, and Training Is R & D for Talent

Overcoming Objections to Continued Education and Training

• Objection

- It Costs Too Much

- It Takes Too Much Time Away From Work

- It Is Not Something the Organization Does Well


• Summary

• Final Poll

• Final Q & A