Why Investing in Training Helps Profits

With a new year quickly approaching, now is the time to think about investing in training for your organisation. 

Posted on: Tuesday, October 18th, 2022

Although training your staff can seem like an extensive upfront investment, the effect it has on overall business performance and morale is unmatched. As a business decision, it’s one of the most beneficial ways to invest in the future of your business and make sure that you are bringing a growth-oriented mindset into your organisation. 

Not sure where to start? It’s understandable: there are a lot of different courses out there which promise a number of benefits that make it difficult to figure out  the best option for you. Fortunately, we’re here to help you make the right choice – our tailor-made training programmes take your business needs into account so you don’t have to worry about anything else. 

Here’s a few of our top courses we recommend investing in right off the bat. 

Leadership and management training 

As we’ve seen through HR GIG 7 (the latest in our annual human resources-focused conferences), company culture starts from the top and trickles its way down, and a good CEO and supportive upper management can make a big difference to any company that has the opportunity to invest in better management. Leadership programmes come in different forms, from training aspiring leaders to taking on that role to shifting people into leadership roles from technical positions and C-level management. 

Performance management training

Many workplaces will have distinct ways of working, and it’s not always easy to develop the best working practices. Performance management training takes the initiative to improve performance at work and can also lead into improving employees’ career path Performance management training helps to build a pattern of collaboration and goal setting that gives employees the chance to shape how their workplace should be. 

Customer experience and customer service training

Customer service is a skill set in its own right, though one that is definitely more taught than learned. With customer service and customer experience training, employees can learn how to deliver above-and-beyond customer service that will improve their own morale and performance and streamline their work day. 

Public speaking

As with customer service training, public speaking is not a talent: it’s a skill that you need to invest time in, in order to learn and  excel at. For businesses that engage with a lot of events, giving your employees public speaking training can not only improve their own confidence, but also the reputation of your business to hold unmatched events. 

Sales management

Perhaps your business is struggling to boost its sales, or you want to give your employees a refresher course. Sales management training helps you to look at the ways you’re already performing and see where you can improve. Sales management training might seem like something you can learn on the job, however dedicated training will give you an opportunity to really change the way you work in tangible ways. 

No prefabricated training will fit all your necessities – that’s why customised, interactive training programmes can address your challenges and your business goals. StreetHR understands the value of customising: not just workplace solutions, but also training and workshops. Every company is unique, therefore, every training programme should be suited. At StreetHR, we make sure that uniqueness is championed throughout. Reach out to us today to discuss how we can create a tailor-made solution for your business.