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Are You Giving Your Workers Enough?

Employee trainings have become an inevitable part of the organization route to sustainable growth. However, while organizations set their eyes on achieving good results, management tends to neglect the process and the need to keep the quality of the workers in check. Here’s why we feel that process is as important as results.

According to a report, State of the Global Workplace, by Gallup, it is discovered that only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work.[1] By being engaged at their workplace refers to the workers being psychologically committed to their jobs and making positive contributions. A low engagement in the workers creates a burden on the company, hindering profitability. Trainings equip people with the essential skillset, knowledge base and expertise to perform in their workplace, bridging the gap between where the company is and where the company aims to be at. Through trainings, employees can perform better at their jobs as they are now better aware of safety and the SOPs for their tasks, in turn building their confidence when performing tasks, spurring them to work harder. As a result, output of the workers will increase as they are more at ease andcomfortable with what they are doing.

Trainings conducted by acclaimed trainers with rich experience and is a known leading expertise in the industry can assist organization in improving their operational standards and reputation. For example, Deloitte focused on identifying employee strengths as part of its employee development program. Trainings aim to develop leaders by building up skills across all projects and leaving their workers to uncover and play up their strengths. Training can make a company more attractive to potential new recruits who are looking to increase self development and opportunities associated with those new skills.

By sending employees or managers to specialized course, they can learn and have a deeper understanding of frameworks and strategies that are effective and can be applied to their organization. Existing operations that are inefficient can be revised and re-implemented, improving organization operation channels.

Specialised training provides employees the leverage to be independent in their learning and thinking. This means that lesser time and man hours will be spent spoon feeding and guiding them, and more space to exert their creativity, strengths and newly attained skills. This way, operation procedures will not turn obsolete, in turn, they will be constantly improved.

Opus Kinetic believes that people are why organisations are successful, and giving people the knowledge to perform well at their job is integral for success. We pride ourselves as the premier provider of knowledge, offering acclaimed in-house training, leadership training courses, oil and gas training courses, courses that target health safety and environment, etc. Our training courses are well researched and updated with the latest industry trends. For more information on our professional training programs, you can visit us at http://www.opuskinetic.com/training.

 

[1] http://www.gallup.com/poll/165269/worldwide-employees-engaged-work.aspx