Typical Staff Development
Businesses typically consider training needs on an individual or small group basis, based on goals that are either specific to a role, a perceived function, or an individual personal goal.
It is often only the senior leadership team who are focussing on behavioural goals and the longer-term cultural development of the business. This results in staff development being fragmented and does not effectively support the overarching strategic goals of the business.
Our approach to apprenticeships stems from the belief that all levels of an organisation should be engaged in the pursuit of the one goal of behavioural change.
By building a mutually supporting, interlocking, strategic programme, the business goals become an output of individual development programmes. This ensures a common thread of knowledge, skills and behaviours runs through the business, supporting and accelerating change and delivering tangible results.