By: Tony Dale Crass, Jennifer Coleman Kern William Kernodle Andrew Thomas Nina Vlatkovic. Introducing… Creating a Culture of Development. Development. “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”. Benjamin Franklin.
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“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”.
CEO of P&G
(Procter & Gamble)
“We have got to have a learning culture because the world is changing more quickly today than ever before. If we don’t learn to adapt, we will be prisoners of the past, and we won’t be around”
corporate growth by introducing new
employee training programs
interest through personal initiative
M. Veilleux, Panera Bread
What makes these programs successful?
Johnson and Beehr,
Journal of Vocational Behavior
R. Dowdell, Farrer Brothers Hardware
Modern organizations will not get very far without constantly training their employees
Research supports that employees participating in more training and development are less likely to leave the company and less likely to engage in neglectful behavior
Use competency models to determine what kind of training is needed