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Executive Leaders: How To Develop Junior Staff Members

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Executive Leaders: How To Develop Junior Staff Members

In the competitive business world where a company’s success relies upon the strengths and abilities of its employees, many smart Executive Leaders build an efficient staff upon which they can rely. A crucial part of this process involves training and can require many hours of work for their employees, as well as both a time and resources commitment from management. However, polishing an employee’s skills will result in a better, more qualified staff member who can potentially advance into more crucial positions in the future and further the company’s goals, profit, and opportunities.

For those managers looking to develop of the skillset of junior staff, the following tips can provide a solid launching point:

  • Involve your employees: often, dedicated and diligent workers are aware of their own problem areas. Some may even have a wish list of classes they would like to take to become more competitive. Those who don’t can be easily tasked with the job of identifying webinars, online articles and videos, or in-person classes that meet your budget and time specifications. Involving the employee in this process can often make them more receptive and even more appreciative of this opportunity to increase their skills.
  • Use employee trainings to build a master list: employees sometimes have the same areas to polish and improve. Solicit feedback from your staff on the effectiveness of various classes and then evaluate their growth after completion to measure the true Return On Investment of each. While many articles and trainings can be found free of charge, you may also be paying for them in time and employee output; ensuring their effectiveness is key. Identifying worthwhile classes that can apply to multiple employees will help strengthen your workforce and ensure you are better prepared to help new staff members develop.
  • For non-recurring trainings, require your staff to write detailed reports that can be shared with team members: in addition to saving you money, you will be able to build a storehouse of knowledge accessible to all staff and available at any time. For Executive Leaders who prefer staff to train only during downtimes, this can be especially ideal. While it is often more beneficial to employees to take a course themselves, when a class is held only once, reading a report and learning the information second hand may be the next best thing.

Keeping these tips in mind can assist you in building a stronger and more competent workforce of skilled professionals.

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