There’s a direct correlation between training and employee performance. That’s the whole purpose of training – to improve performance. That’s why it blows me away when a company is willing pay a ton of money for development of materials that they really want to use to improve performance, but then they don’t have time to review the materials, give you resources, or work with me to develop the materials. My question is, can you afford not to budget time to help us develop these materials for you? Can you afford for your employees to screw it up and cost a couple of million dollars in a mistake that could cost lives?
I’m passionate about training. Yes, it’s what pays my bills, but I’ve seen that if I can offer you good training, you’ll be promoted and get pay raises as time progresses. Those opportunities translate into better opportunities for your children. I believe that through training, I can have an affect on your life, and for generations to come – that’s why I just want to do it right.