Staff Development

Staff need to understand and adapt to new ways of working. They need to aquire new skills and improve existing knowledge and confidence, to ensure they are capable of using new technology, systems and procedures. Knowledge and skills gained through staff development can help to ensure the future success of your organisation. New knowledge and skills can be provided to staff using a variety of techniques, away from their work environment.

Migrators staff development is normally provided as on-site workshops, to small groups of staff, reducing staff travel costs and time away from the business. The sessions include a variety of interactive techniques to encourage learning as well as tests and simulations to reinforce the new found knowledge and skills.

Migrators work closely with organisations to develop staff skills and knowledge. Migrators can help organisations to assess their staff development strategy and needs, as well as obtaining ongoing senior management support. Migrators can also help in the preparation of staff development plans and specifications for the organisation. Migrators will also help to ensure that the staff development programmes are compatible with other programmes, for improved competency and performance.

Migrators have significant experience in preparing and delivering staff development training, in a variety of areas related to strategy and change management. These can also be aligned to other key business areas such as leadership, communications and culture. Migrators provide a variety of different staff development courses and workshops, aligned to its practices and related areas, including:

Developing Strategy

 

  •    Business strategy introduction
  •    Risks and uncertainty in strategy
  •    Establishing innovation
  •    Key strategy models
  •    Developing and analysing costs and benefits
  •    Development and assessment of options
  •    Successfully implementing strategy
  •    Preparing strategic visions and roadmaps
Programme Management

 

  •    Introduction to programme management
  •    Planning and scheduling programmes and projects
  •    Establishing programmes and projects
  •    Successfully managing programmes and projects
  •    Developing and analysing benefits
  •    Introduction to risks in projects
  •    Managing projects in a crisis
  •    Project costs and financial management
  •    Establishing Project Support Offices
  •    Project audits, assurance & health checks
  •    Resource planning and management
  •    Improving project processes and methods
Operations Performance

 

  •    Identifying key metrics and selecting data
  •    Developing operations models
  •    Assessing options and alternatives
  •    Identification and assessment of risks
  •    Assessment and measurement of benefits
  •    Competitor analysis
  •    Market research
Business Research

 

  •    Identifying research components and parameters
  •   Selecting the best research methods
  •   Developing qualitative datasets
  •   Developing quantitative datasets
  •   Analysing results and developing options
  •  Preparing and presenting research reports
Related Training Areas

 

  •    Governance and compliance
  •    Marketing and market research
  •    Communications
  •    Culture improvement and working together
  •    Risk management and control
  •    Finance and budget management S
  •    Stakeholder management

In addition to training, Migrators can also provide coaching to individuals on specific topics relating to  strategy and its implementation. Encouraging staff to understand themselves, learn more skills, improve productivity and become more efficient. Coaching can be provided on site, via telephone or webinars. Sessions can be regular or occasional.

Migrators can also provide mentoring for senior managers. Helping them to become better leaders, and to improve performance. Mentoring can be provided on site, via telephone or webinars. Sessions can be regular or occasional.

Migrators also provide a variety of Consultancy Services in addition to staff development. Please contact Migrators for details.

For further information, please contact Migrators