Winning will performe in association with APG at Universidade Europeia a Workshop about “ ROI da Formação”. This workshop aims to address the ROI issue (measure value of training activities) and the difficulties that companies face today to set KPI’s truly capable of monitoring the impact of their training activities, as well the main challenges and solutions in implementing the ROI.
Our experts Leandro Pereira (CEO at Winning) and Cláudia Teixeira (Business Manager at Winning) will explain how to measure the ROI in Training which allow HR professionals to evaluate the estimated value for each training program towards the right decision-making. By knowing the estimated return and making the right training investments, they will be able to justify the need on qualifying people, get the required budget approved and fulfil the end goal of responding to market competition and retaining talents.
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A business organisation is more of a social media expression that Mankind has created under his “own image”. Over the centuries several models were experimented, where the most common one was to keep it within the “household”. Whether it was an empire, a region, a province, a county, a country or any other structure which would demand a a government, the main goal was to ensure a successor who would be distinguished not by a set of skills or competences, but instead, by his surname. Even if that would mean getting married to a relative just to perpetuate the possession of power.
As History and Science have proved, these decision models turn to be the beginning of the end of organisations. The same way genetics forbid us on intersecting genes with close relatives , the same happens when promotions and successions only take place within family or a group of friends in organisations, where the merit and competence is placed on a second plan.
Its essential that a promotion and succession takes place based on merit, competencies and by bringing people together, so we can question continuously and break the “status-quo” in organisations, avoiding egocentric perspectives and promoting a more holistic view by challenging rational decisions and by the enrichment generated by a diversity of opinion and visions
Read now the article written by Leandro Pereira ( Winning, CEO)
The world of today is full of unprecedented opportunities. If you’ve got ambition, drive, and are smart, you can rise to the top of your profession regardless of where you started out. In his book ‘Managing Oneself’, Peter F. Drucker expounds how you can achieve true and lasting excellence by operating from a combination of your strengths and self-knowledge. To cultivate a deep understanding of yourself you need to ask yourself six fundamental questions.
“We live in an age of unprecedented opportunity: with ambition, drive, and talent, we can rise to the top of our chosen profession regardless of where we started out. But with opportunity comes responsibility. (…) That means it’s up to us to carve out our place in the world and know when to change. And it’s up to us to keep ourselves engaged and productive during a career that may span some 50 years”
Peter Drucker, Managing Oneself, HBR, 1999
It is through this journey that we realize what drives us, what we are good at, where we belong, what make us happy, and the last but not the least, how important are others to our success. Here are some clues to obtain our own answers.
Read more about the six fundamental questions you need to ask yourself.