Timing is Everything Series: Part 5 Growth, Stagnancy, or Decline

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We can use talent development principles and learning strategies to ensure continued growth rather than stagnancy or decline. Read more on our blog.


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The Timing of Training:

The Timing of Training Plenty of time and energy is spent in talent development pondering answers to the: “Who?” “What?” “Why?” “Where?” and “How?” questions of training, but the question of “When?” is often limited to one answer: “Whenever time permits.”

The Timing of Training:

The Timing of Training The strategic element of timing in training is more nuanced than “Whenever”, and can lead to significant gains in return on investment if planned properly.


Part 5 : Growth, Stagnancy, or Decline


Once Opti mum Performance has been reached, Employees can either: Grow Stagnate Or Decline Now What?


New “Curve of Anxiety” We need to treat optimum performance as a new “curve of anxiety” and instill a healthy amount of anxiety in them so that they strive to reach new heights in key competencies and careers.


New Beginning One clever way to ensure that high performing employees continue to improve and grow is to treat their achievement of optimum on-the-job performance as an opportunity for new growth using: Renewed Expectations Additional Responsibilities Career Advancement opportunities


Grooming Tomorrow’s Leaders Employees that have learned nearly everything there is to learn, and achieved nearly everything there is to achieve need a next step. In most cases, they need a clear path to promotion .


2 Techniques for Grooming Leaders


Corporate training expenditures are highest on leadership development for a reason! Investing in tomorrow’s leaders today is a hallmark of sustainable business development. 1. Leadership Development


Leadership development courses are often offered as classroom training in a number of different subjects, and can be a great way of instilling leadershi p qualities in high potential employees. For an example, see our Leadership Course Catalog 2016 1. Leadership Development


2. Career Development Plan Drafting career development plans for high-potential employees is shown to increase employee engagement and reduce turnover in key job roles. This is a way to keep employees looking forward and grow to attain future promotions.


For more, read the Timing is Everything White Paper Download


Prior to joining InfoPro , Kyle served as a research associate on subjects including e-learning, online education, game-based learning, and social media usage in higher education at St. John's University in New York.  Kyle Miller is an enterprise learning consultant with InfoPro Learning based out of Princeton, NJ. About the Author


We help organizations rapidly transform talent by focusing on Learning for Performance. A global, award-winning learning and training solutions company for almost 20 years, InfoPro provides performance improvement strategies, blended learning solutions, and managed training programs. One of the world’s leading providers of learning and training solutions. About InfoPro Learning For more information, visit www.infoprolearning.com

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