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Developing a kick-ass workforce

To get the best out of your team, you need to invest in your team, share information and support them to grow.


Whether it is upskilling or reskilling, investing in your employees improves productivity, increases efficiency and reduces costs.

More importantly, supporting your people is a sign that you value them, and this results in improved morale, increased job satisfaction, and reduced turnover.

That is why developing your workforce needs to be a key part of your business strategy. But with limited time and budgets, what are some ideas to do this effectively?

And with our increasingly diversifying workforce, how can you develop your training programmes so that they cater to the widest variety of learning styles and maximise engagement so that everyone benefits?

Join us for this Webinar where we’ll lift the lid on workforce development, and help you make the case for investing in your staff and help you think outside the box and look at how we can get better at on-the-job training the delivers results and meets the needs of our increasingly diversified workforce.

This webinar will outline:
- How to build a culture of continuous development within your workplace.
- The latest thinking in leadership development to prepare leaders to lead and not just manage.
- How to create training programmes that are engaging and deliver results.
- Some real work examples of workforce development done well.


John Wadsworth, CEO, Institute of Strategic Leadership

John is a proven CEO who has successfully developed and executed strategies resulting in sustainable, profitable growth throughout economic cycles, and established clear market leaders in their field. John is an ISL alumnus and has attended the LP, SLP, and ISL | MBA. He was previously the Executive Dean of a Business School and CEO of a commercial council-owned enterprise. 

Nick Sheppard, Head of Learning, EMA

An adaptable, resilient, and experienced executive leader of people and strategy with a strong commitment to customer experience, engagement, and organisational performance. Previously held senior leadership roles across the education, high performance sport, business, and vocational education and training sectors, most recently as CEO of Smartleader and Kaikōkiri Director – Strategic Partnerships, Te Pūkenga. A trusted, successful and proven servant leader with an impressive record of building collaborative and high performing teams through periods of change. 

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