A recent study conducted by Instructure has highlighted a significant disconnect between many companies’ perception of employee development programmes, versus what employees feel they need. Respondents in the UK overwhelmingly voiced their concerns about the managerial abilities of their line managers, and the skills of those seeking to deliver training.
Nearly half (44%) felt that their place of work doesn’t value development enough to ensure that they’re performing well, whilst 23% felt personal development plans and performance reviews were seen to be a ‘tick box process’ by their manager.
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