All organisations and organisational leaders should undergo a leadership training program to help them become effective leaders and influence others.
Providing leadership training to your employees is one way to support them in their career growth and development. And of course, this will be highly beneficial to your business in terms of people management, supervision, and strengthening your company’s core values and policies.
In this post, you’ll learn about the benefits of providing leadership training to your employees, so you can empower them and gain the greatest benefits for your company.
Hands-On Learning Experience
It’s better to learn in actual work settings rather than sitting in the meeting room or conference hall all day while the speaker does all the teaching and talking. With experiential learning, it turns traditional office learning or the case study environment into a hands-on learning experience. Real-life examples are used in learning business concepts.
A roadshow to help London’s SMEs navigate the UK’s exit from the EU will be launched next week, with an event chaired by the Deputy Mayor of London for Business, Rajesh Agrawal.
A diverse range of free events will be running from 9th-12th March, delivered by the London Growth Hub and supported by Google, Facebook, Funding London, The British Library and MOPAC.
The London Growth Hub is delivered by LEAP, London’s Local Enterprise Partnership which is chaired by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. The London Growth Hub provides the capital’s entrepreneurs and SMEs with business support and expert guidance, and the Roadshow forms part of a wider push to help the capital’s SMEs prepare for change following the UK’s exit from the EU.
Events and workshops throughout the four days will look at how SMEs can take advantage of the opportunities that will come with future
Bobby Allyn, a general assignment reporter for NPR in Washington, is moving to San Francisco next month to cover technology and Silicon Valley.
He came to Washington from Philadelphia, where he covered criminal justice and breaking news for more than four years at member station WHYY. In that role, he focused on major corruption trials, law enforcement, and local criminal justice policy.
He helped lead NPR’s reporting of Bill Cosby’s two criminal trials. He was a guest on Fresh Air after breaking a major story about the nation’s first supervised injection site plan in Philadelphia. In between daily stories, he has worked on several investigative projects, including a story that exposed how the federal government was quietly hiring debt collection law firms to target the homes of student borrowers who had defaulted on their loans.