Find your Team's Strengths
right skills, and
right person development
Development the right way
Any of these scenarios sound familiar?
not 'one size' fits all
You get sent on a course but
the timing isn’t right, you are too busy at work, and the course is too long and for what you need.
Then you turn up and realise its not suitable to the environment you are in,
or even worse... this would have been great 6 months ago and its now not relevant.
The course that you want to go on is
deemed 'too expensive'
so the boss only allocates it out once a year (or not at all).
Or you aren't entitled to professional development until you reach a certain level in the company.
You get on the course, you had a great experience and learnt so much!
You cant wait to put all the great things you learnt into play back in the office....
However when you get back into your workplace and try and use your new skills, you are met with your same old work mates, with the same old habits and you can't make any headway.
So disenchanted, you give up and the course is wasted.
Yes, very familiar - but how can you help?
We found the situations above are happening all over the country.
So if this is recognisable to you, you are not alone.
We conducted a Listening Tour to collect empathy research all over New Zealand, asking about people about their experiences with training and lost opportunities they see in their workplace,
12 Development Pillars was the result.
Although we have titled it the '12 Development Pillars',
ideally we want it to be understood as a social movement.
Offering training and development opportunities to everyone, (not just the privileged few),
as short snappy 2 hour sessions, with action points and takeaways.
The goal of the 12 Development Pillars is to get step in, when the need arises for a specific learning tool.
Upskilling you by using a specific current obstacle,
the fundamental need to grow enhances the 'stick-ability' of the skills.
If you are struggling with Productivity and Motivation, you are potentially going to need different tools,
than if you need to develop Leadership skills.
The 12 Development Pillars are designed to jump in and deliver you the right training, at the right time to the right people.
What are these 12 Development Pillars? What can I Iearn?
onboarding and retaining
Understanding the distinct phases of employee journey,
and ensuring engagement during these periods.
Ideas to streamline the onboarding process to improve the experience. Whilst also discussing the importance of retaining your people for team strength and organisational stability.
These can be one off training tools, or part of a 12 month development programme.