Benjamin Franklin said "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest...” and we think Mr. Franklin is spot on.
Training isn't just 'nice' to have in your organization.
It's an absolutely vital part of a company's long-term investment and growth strategy.
U.S. Bureau of Labor research indicates companies with fewer than 100 employees give less than 12 minutes of manager training every six months.
Organizations with 100 – 500 employees provided just 6 minutes.
Source: HR Professionals Magazine
Middlesex University for Work Based Learning finds 74% of your people feel like that they aren't achieving their full potential at work due to lack of training opportunities.
Source: The Learning Wave
Gallup’s 2014 research only 13 percent of all employees are “highly engaged,” and 26 percent are “actively disengaged.”
It shows the effect employee engagement has on financial metrics is exponential.
Companies that successfully improve employee engagement can gain a 70% boost in performance.
Companies that manage both employee and customer engagement together can gain a 240% boost in performance.
Seven out of ten respondents in a 2015 survey said "the job-related training and development opportunities directly influence my decision to stay with this company."
The cost of retaining employees is much less than the cost of replacing them.
Source: CED Magazine
One out of every three employees say that uninspiring content is a barrier to their learning.
Not only is fun training more enjoyable for the learner; it’s more memorable, translating into less money spent on retraining.
Source: Train Like a Champion
The training content can be hands-on, high tech, or simply informative.