The Importance of Training and Development in Talent Management


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The Importance of Training and Development in Talent Management
In our rapidly globalizing economy, human capital is the single most important sustainable resource available to managers and businesses. While the economy expands to encompass the entire globe, it is also becoming more knowledge based. Any individual or business that wants to remain competitive must adopt a “learning mindset” in order to succeed. A wide variety of organisations ranging from large corporations, to family-run businesses, to nonprofits, to government agencies must invest in their employees’ education and training in order to see valuable returns. Multiple studies show that investing in employee training and educational opportunities makes an enormous difference...
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