Creating, motivating and growing a high-performing team with limited manpower and resources is no easy feat. Up-skilling is now not only a requirement in order to adapt to a constantly evolving workplace and volatile environment, but also amongst employees’ expectations. Not only does learning and development contribute to engagement, it also encourages employees to ‘give their all’ to their organisation, which in turn prospers. However, no matter how important this may be, it is often a factor that is overlooked because of one main reason; the cost.
In this competitive market, Fitness First understands the need to develop and upskill their workforce – without having to set aside a huge budget. Being one of the largest fitness brands in the world with 92 clubs and over 222,000 members, Fitness First has over 558 employees to engage and retain, in Singapore alone.
Hear about how the group transformed their learning practices, developed their employees and increased retention rates over a period of 6 months.
In this informative session, join Eric Goh as he shares:
- How to achieve more with a lean training budget
- How to implement bite-size and social media training
- The behavioural shifts within the organisation
- How to make every department a training department