Training Programs

Many employees are looking beyond basic benefits from their employers and are wanting more opportunities for personal and professional development.
 
Training programs are investment in employees that can:
• Create greater employee loyalty
• Increase employee productivity
• Improve retention figures
• Help employees transition in to management and leadership roles
• Assist recruitment practices
• Improve resiliency among workers and raise work stress thresholds
 
Triad’s Training Programs are designed to educate and motivate employees to be proactive and effective in managing their work responsibilities and personal lives. Clients can either take advantage of our worksite learning or online webinars. Trainings are a great way to increase awareness of Triad’s services and show employees your investment in them as individuals.
 
Trainings are brought to life by experienced professionals who utilize a variety of techniques to engage participants and create a strong adult learning environment. The trainings can be 60-minutes in length to accommodate work schedules or lunch-hour events or day-long events to improve greater learning and retention utilizing experiential learning techniques. Facilitators strive to create dialogue, discussion, and a sharing of ideas.
 
Triad Trainings offer a variety of topics to help employees learn new skills, cope with life’s stressors, and motivate participants to be more proactive in managing work responsibilities and personal lives. The goal is to develop a workforce culture that embraces continued growth, learning, and employee wellness and engagement; focuses on work outcomes; and discovers greater work-life balance.
With 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring every day, training programs have become even more important as the Millennial generation will be replacing them in leadership roles. A recent study shows 89% of executives rate the need to strengthen, reengineer and improve organizational leadership as an important priority and 71% of Millennials, who are likely to leave their organization within two years, are dissatisfied with the way their leadership skills are being developed.