How to convince the CFO that leadership training is a must. A quick fire guide.
You know your team needs it and you know that it will result in positive results across the board. But how do get the CFO to sign off on the cost of a leadership training programme? Here’s a few top line benefits to help you make your case.
Employee engagement and retention – by fostering a positive work culture and increasing job satisfaction will lead to higher engagement levels and lower turnover levels – and make you more attractive to job seekers too.
Succession planning and talent development – identify future high potential employees early and you’re already ahead of the game when it comes to developing a strong talent pipeline.
Productivity and efficiency – training will help leaders learn how to set clear goals, delegate effectively, improve time management and prioritise the who;e team will benefit,
Resilience and adaptability – by learning to navigate change and deal with uncertainty, leaders become better able to recover from setbacks and stay agile.
Increased self-awareness – when leaders better understand their own strengths and weaknesses it gets easier to adapt their approach as needed and build better relationships within the wider team.
Improved decision making – understanding the process of making a decision helps leaders appreciate the importance of considering different perspectives in order to make informed choices that reflect company goals.
And the bottom line?
Investment in leadership training will contribute to the success of your business by developing incredible leaders, engaging employees and fostering a positive company culture.
If you would like to chat about specific leadership training requirements in your company I would be happy to prepare an outline proposal designed to help you make your case to whoever signs the cheques!