Building Knowledge Capital
The success of any strategy rests on the people
tasked with turning them into reality. Innovation in an organization is very
dependent on the knowledge base of its employees. Some employees are hidden
tigers, good proportion of their potentials is crude and needs to be extracted
and refined to transform the employees into high success drivers. Traditional
training programs are too standardized that they fail to meet these specific
needs of the employees and thus fail to drive success for the employers.
TDI develops and delivers transformational
‘‘focused training’ TM programs that enhance the capabilities of
employees, put the ‘right people at the right place’ TM,
and thus ensure sustainable high performance for
employers. Each regional office of TDI assesses employees of the organization to
determine their skills gaps. The regional offices then organize training in
association with TDI Canada, focused on the identified needs. With this
approach, local issues are escalated and resolved using international best
practices that are adapted to local conditions. The result is an effective
deployment of global best practices to local organizations.
TDI Canada also organizes trainings in association
with other international institutions. This creates opportunity for ‘foreign
training’ to regional clients. In so doing, TDI brings to the table the local
experiences gained during its training association with the regional offices.
Thus training that addresses specific organizational\regional needs are
delivered at international level.
TDI’s training programs focus on various areas of
the organization: the Board, the Leadership, and the Management. Trainings are
organized for heterogeneous groups from different organizations, homogenous
group from one organization or personalized, to address specific needs of the
leadership. Methodology is very interactive, enabling a warm and friendly
environment for learning.
A training session typically features:
- Well developed course materials, with clearly
- Professional facilitators, with expert knowledge,
from industry and academia
- Case studies that re-enforce concepts
- Video role plays that enhance learning
- Ice breakers that motivate students to
- Team networks that encourage
brainstorming/transfer of concepts to workplace
- Roundtable discussions that drive comments from
- Evaluation process that provides feedback on the
materials, facilitators and learning environment.
Leaders who say: “we are not here to train
people”, miss the mark! The truth is that “if you don’t work, you don’t eat!”
Poaching skilled people from other organizations could just mean hiring staff
that would use you as a platform to enhance their marketability and in no time
would leave you for higher pay. At the end the business suffers, as objectives
are not achieved. The phrase ‘right people’ encompasses the skills,
competencies, commitment, motivation and reward expectations of the employees.
Effective organizations are moving to trusting and empowering people with
skills, resources, information, tools and support to manage their own work
processes and deliver unprecedented quality returns.
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