Skill Development | Why Is It Important

By: Nicole Karan   |   August 5, 2015

Skill development adds value to you and your organization through your own career advancement. Skill development enables growth of an employee through education and training.

Skill development is one of the best ways that businesses sharpen their resources and gain technical interpersonal skills among staff. Training contributes directly to a company’s performance and job satisfaction, which enhances retention rates and further boosts production.

Successful workplace training:

  • Educates workers about the effective use of technology;
  • Ensures competitive edge in the market;
  • Promotes safety and health among employees;
  • Helps employers comply with laws and regulations;
  • Improves productivity and profitability;
  • And targets specific goals.

Skill development also helps reduce weaknesses in the workplace, which hinder employees from providing the best services. Having a structured training and development program ensures employees to have a consistent experience and background knowledge. Continuous training also keeps your employees on the cutting edge of industry development.

Programs that promote team building and help develop interpersonal skills provide the best foundation for success within an organization. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) is a training program that helps staff and companies understand different personality types and what drives those personality types. A program based around MBTI provides the tools to help harness individual strengths and identify individual needs for each employee to reach their full potential in the workplace.

DiSC™ Training is another experiential program built around exploring personality styles. By identifying these different styles, you can diversify and balance out your teams, know how to challenge and support team members, and match opportunities with strengths. This program is suited for high impact learning with positive change in the workplace.

No matter how accomplished you or your team members are in terms of skill development, there is always room for improvement. Follow these steps to get started:

  • Break training down into smaller steps.
  • Learn from the best.
  • Research and read up.
  • Attend trainings, of course!

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