|Author: Jaydip Gupte|
A corporate plan should give you a clear indication of how the company plans to develop in the near future. In an ideal world, you as HR or Training Manager will already be involved in discussions with those making the decisions about the direction the company is taking.
When establishing a new process for TNA, like all new procedures, it’s vital to brief staff to work to gain their support for it and ensure the new process is as beneficial as possible. One issue that may need to be addressed in particular is to emphasise the fact that training isn’t just a ‘shopping list’, but needs to be relevant to the needs of the company. The knock-on effect is that staff becomes better briefed about the direction of the company – which could lead to improved motivation as a result.