Developing Your Team Members

The Essential Skills To Develop Your Team For Maximum Productivity.

Managers Aren’t Doing Enough to Train Employees for the Future.  Today's competitive business challenges require a workforce that can adapt to changing environments and acquire the skills necessary to succeed. And that’s where we are falling short. In survey after survey of the U.S. workforce, training and development consistently emerge as one of the areas employees are least satisfied. They report that the lack of opportunity for growth and advancement is second only to low pay as a reason for job dissatisfaction.

A recent Randstad survey found that more than a third of U.S. workers report that their managers haven’t done anything to develop new skills in the past year.Most employees want to do their jobs well.  A better-trained workforce brings increased output to your company. But many managers spend so little time on actually developing their team members. When they do, they are often using weak and ineffective methods. Why? 

Most Managers Have Never Been Trained How To Train!

Employees value training opportunities just as much, if not more, than their employers. The modern manager knows the recipe for a successful career is ongoing learning and career growth for their team members. Yet, managers often fail to provide their employees with the proper tools for development.

The following statistics demonstrate the importance of proper job training to today's workforce.

Nearly 59% of employees claim they had no workplace training and that most of their skills were self-taught.

74% of workers are willing to learn new skills or re-train in order to remain employable.

87% of millennials believe learning and development in the workplace are essential.

59% of millennials claim that development opportunities are extremely important when deciding whether to apply for a position.

34% of employees are satisfied with their job-specific training, even though 41% consider it very important.

74% of surveyed employees feel they aren't reaching their full potential at work due to a lack of development opportunities.

76% of millennials believe professional development opportunities are one of the most important aspects of company culture.



Employee development activities deliver the fuel for sustainability in the growth of your company and employees. And They stick around longer because of it.

Managers and Employees are the true assets of an organization. You need to provide them with the fuel to feel motivated and develop a sense of loyalty and attachment toward the organization. Don't forget your employees strive really hard for almost the entire day to accomplish the organization's goals and objectives.


Employees want to work for an employer that will upgrade their skills

Leadership is one of the most in-demand workplace skills. Managers who have received leadership training also have better teamwork skills and are more prepared to progress to higher positions. Not only does training help prepare newer managers for the future, but it also ensures tenured managers are actively working to enhance their leadership skills.


Would you do it if you could change just one thing about your company that would increase employee productivity by over 200%?


Yes, of course, you would! But you probably think such a change would be infeasible or incredibly complicated to have that kind of impact, right? You would be mistaken. It turns out all you need to do is more training and developing your managers. All you need to do is provide them with the proper knowledge, skills, and tools to develop their team members properly.

  • 59% of managers who oversee one to two employees report no training at all.

  •  41% of managers who oversee three to five employees claim the same.

  • Nearly 50% of managers with over ten years of experience claim they've only received about nine total hours of training.

  • 43% of managers who have been in their role for less than a year say they've had no training.

  • 60% of millennials want leadership training.

What You Will Learn

If you are looking for your future to reach a significant level of success, you're not going to get there by doing it all yourself. So, one of your most important jobs is to help develop those who report to you, to become Results-Driven Employees - ones who provide their highest level of positive impact to the organization. The results from the skills you gain in this course will help you and your organization achieve its mission, vision, and goals.

We share vital best practices and some of our time-tested front-line secrets in this program. These Secrets will collectively improve your abilities in leadership, accountability, and teamwork, which will result in your employees providing higher for your organization.

  • The Five Secrets to Developing Your Team Members
  • The Mistakes to Avoid When Developing Your Team Members
  • The Four Essential Tenants of Training That Almost No Managers Use
  • How To Make The Time To Train Your Team
  •  Why Retraining Employees Is Better Than Hiring New


What You'll Get

  • Four executive-led videos 
  • Full course PDF for future reference
  • True False Quiz
  • Self Assessments of your manager's current development knowledge and commitment
  •  Personal Development Plan for you to commit to and apply the new habits

Let's Get Started!

$97.00 USD

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