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How to train and develop people without spending a fortune

How to train and develop people without spending a fortune

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When an organisation has a tight budget, expenditure on training, learning and development activity is usually one of the first things to go. This is something of a false economy though, since your people become less effective, less efficient and less productive – meaning your organisation will soon follow suit. Fortunately, learning and development isn’t all about sending people on training courses that cost about the same as a week’s holiday in Tenerife. Here’s how to develop people on a slashed budget, without sacrificing quality...
When money’s too tight to mention, expenditure on training, learning and development activity is usually one of the first things to go. This is something of a false economy though, since your people become less effective, less efficient and less productive – meaning so does your organisation! Fortunately, learning and development isn’t all about sending people on training courses that cost about the same as a week’s holiday in Tenerife. Here’s how to develop people on a slashed budget, without sacrificing quality...
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TaraDaynes ; WEditor ; chrism TaraDaynes ; WEditor ; chrism ; webtemp@ncvo-vol.org.uk ; markb@textmatters.com ; chrismilway@googlemail.com ; thalia.silver@ncvo.org.uk ; kat.crafer@ncvo.org.uk
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When money’s too an organisation has a tight to mention, budget, expenditure on training, learning and development activity is usually one of the first things to go. This is something of a false economy though, since your people become less effective, less efficient and less productive – meaning so does your organisation! organisation will soon follow suit. Fortunately, learning and development isn’t all about sending people on training courses that cost about the same as a week’s holiday in Tenerife. Here’s how to develop people on a slashed budget, without sacrificing quality...

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Get more tips on recruiting and managing staff in our  insert: <a title="You and your team" href="https://knowhow.ncvo.org.uk/people" class="internal-link" target="_self"> knowledge bank section insert: </a> . insert: </p>

Guardian Voluntary Sector Network ran a Q&A session called How to meet your charity's training needs on a budget which also has lots of useful suggestions.

Sources of cost-effective or free learning!

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