Are you concerned about attracting, training, and retaining talent?
Are you feeling pressure to do more with fewer employees in order to remain competitive?
Are you frustrated that your employees are not staying current in their fields?
Are you worried that you don’t have the leadership that you need to take your company to the next level?
Are you concerned that you are not getting the return on your training investment that you expect?
If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, then you should do what many of our clients have done and implement the 5As Framework. The 5As Framework is a set of proven, easy to understand and apply principles that guide managers in how to work with their direct-reports to achieve success. The framework is described in Steve Gill’s new book, Getting More From Your Investment in Training: The 5As Framework. See the left column of this blog.
The best way for you and your managers to learn about the 5As is to participate in our 5As Framework Workshop. Through this workshop, you and your managers will learn how to ensure that interventions (such as: training, communication campaigns, coaching, strategic planning) contribute to developing talent, deliver a return on your investment dollars, and, most importantly, achieve business goals.
Our workshop, which is designed to both follow as well as demonstrate the power of the 5As, is conducted over two half-days with approximately four weeks between sessions. We provide participants a short, pre-workshop assignment and then follow-up the two sessions with selected interviews with participants to evaluate impact. All of this is included in the price of the workshop.
Given today’s economic conditions and the rapidly changing world of business, no leader can afford to invest in employee development without ensuring that what is being learned is actually applied in ways that improve individual and overall business performance. If you believe, as we do, that talented employees make the difference, then contact us. Write to Jim Stilwell or Steve Gill at ArborQuest@aol.com or call them at 734-426-8355.