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How important is training at work?

Posted by Tracy Powley 29/05/14

We are supporting an anonymous survey run by Headway Recruitment in support of the national 'Learning At Work Week' that took place last week.

Headway Recruitment are running the survey to find out how important employees think training is in regards to work based learning and most importantly, to answer the question; "do employees want more training at work?"

The survey is open until the 4th of June and they will be publishing the results online to help employers better understand how important training is to their employees.

To fill out the survey, please visit:

https://www.headwayrecruitment.co.uk/learning-at-work-survey-2015-how-important-is-work-provided-training-2/

Tracy Powley
Tracy Powley

The way we behave towards each other in the workplace has a direct impact on individual wellbeing, team performance and organisational results. This belief has underpinned our work at Focal Point for over 20 years and has never been more relevant. We are privileged to work with a huge variety of organisations wanting to get workplace behaviour and culture right - and to tackle the inappropriate behaviour that may get in the way of this. Supported by our fantastic team of facilitators and coaches, we are able to make a real difference to peoples’ lives as well as organisational performance. Having worked in both large businesses at management level and in 2 start ups at director level, I am able to combine hands on experience of growing and managing teams - and the associated challenges in creating the right culture - with over 20 years in learning and development. I hold the Certificate in Training Practice and am a member of CIPD. When I am not supporting clients or developing the Focal Point business, you will find me in a calming yoga class...

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