Thursday, October 2, 2008

Free webinar: Corporate training in a recession

As our economy continues to suffer, corporate budgets are stretched tighter and tighter. Right now it is more important than ever to get the most bang for your buck in every area of your business - including training and development.

In response to a recession, many companies turn to downsizing, eliminating training opportunities and consolidating multiple jobs into one position. Instead of taking the "easy" way out, find creative ways to stretch your training dollar in our free webinar: Squeezing the Most Out of Your Training Budget: Corporate Training in a Recession.

Why training is invaluable during tough times:
  • Workers who perform more efficiently with less errors and delays
  • Training fosters employee loyalty and encourages development
  • Employees taking on extra work can get up to speed more quickly with the proper training
  • Training improves morale and employee confidence
  • A well trained employee is your best asset

If you are a manager responsible for training your team, an HR professional who regularly presents seminars and classes, or the director of training for your company, this webinar is for you.

Experienced training professionals will share tips and ideas to find better, more cost-effective training opportunities including the pros and cons of in-house versus outside training, the benefits of group versus individualized training, virtual training and tapping into expert talent within your company.

Times may be tough, but good training doesn’t have to be expensive. Now is the worst time to cut back on employee development, according to Management experts like Ram Charan:

“Sacrificing your future for a slightly more comfortable present is not worth it. If you keep building, you can come back strong,” said Charan in Fortune.

Join us on Wednesday, October 15, 2008, at 1 p.m. EST for our free webinar - Squeezing the Most Out of Your Training Budget: Corporate Training in a Recession. Space is limited, so reserve your seat now.

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