SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” - Albert Einstein

Synergy Training Group

It's not about what you're made of, it's about being more than what you're made of

LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT

 

People and Learning Strategy

A learning and development (L&D) strategy sets out the workforce capabilities, skills and competencies the organisation needs, and how they can be developed to ensure a sustainable, successful organisation.

We have extensive experience in the development of this complex organisational challenge

Training Design

Every individual is unique and they bring different traits to the workplace and their relationship within that workplace, including their personality and experience which from how they learn.

 

Everyone learns differently, which makes it important for managers to identify each employees learning style. Whether a worker is an auditory, Kinaesthetic or visual learner will determine the best practice of delivery.

 

In order to ensure that employees get the most out of their training experiences, its best to tailor workplace training to address the needs of all types of learners as much as possible, you can position your organisation to achieve strong training ROI, improved employee engagement and sustained behaviour change.

There are a number of elements that can be included in workplace training so that it appeals and connects to each learning style, helping individuals learn new behaviours that will help improve performance and job effectiveness.

 

Training Needs Analysis

A TNA (Training Needs Analysis) is the process of discovering the development needs the organisations people (The Troops).


The purpose of this is to be able to engage staff as efficiently and effectively as possible in the organisation's current state and also into in't future state.

A TNA can mean a comprehensive analysis of all training and development needs across an entire organisation. Which means a TNA can have many positive effects for the organisation; teams and individuals, the training that follows as a result of the TNA should be relevant and meet their needs.


Today’s global marketplace requires its staff and employees to be skilled in a number and range of complex tasks. 


The balance between Attitude, Skills, Knowledge, Behaviours and the alignment of the organisations Core Values:

Training is a requirement not just for when employees are not performing as they are encouraged to, or when their performance dips below an acceptable performance level, it should be an on-going continual continual performance development tool in alignment with the organisation’s core values and strategy to eventually means its goals and objectives in all disciplines financial, strategic, team and personnel and otherwise.


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