Employee Development Programme (EDP)
This training programme, known as the "Employee Development Programme" (EDP), helps your employees succeed professionally.
Employee-development initiatives can help your organisation succeed because productive workers perform better overall. Therefore, employee achievement benefits your business.
Achievement Enterprises' customized and well-structured Employee Development Programme, is a great way to demonstrate that you care about your employee's professional growth and organisational success.
Benefits of an Employee Development Programme
EDP has many benefits, and these include the following:
- Lower attrition
- Improved employee performance
- Handle unexpected situations
- Boost employee morale
- More engaged workers who believe they're getting the advice and skills they need.
In addition, a well-developed EDP demonstrates a company's commitment to employee career development and long-term success, attracting top personnel.
EDPs have numerous other advantages. Notable ones include:
- Attraction and development of talents
- Increase in productivity
- Creation of a customer-centric organisation
- Creation of a values-driven culture
- Creation of an emotionally Intelligent and Agile Workforce
- Creation of a workforce which embraces and implements change
- Build competitive advantage
As a result, they will also improve, making it easier for you as an employer to prepare critical deliverables and succession. Success will be more effortless if your team members have the right talents.
Employers need to invest in employee development to aid individuals in developing strengths and abilities for their positions. Employee development programmes boost productivity and provide a high return on investment.
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Emotional Intelligence and
Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, use, and control your emotions in healthy ways to relieve stress, communicate well, understand other people's feelings, deal with problems, and stop fights. As a result, emotional intelligence helps you have better relationships, do well at work, and reach your personal and career goals. It can also help you connect with your feelings, put your intentions into action, and decide what's most important.
Emotional agility abilities, on the other hand, allow you to recognise what you're experiencing, comprehend what it is, not let it drive you, be more intentional, and, ultimately, reduce the gap between what you're trying to do and what you receive out of it.
Agility is a crucial issue because company executives are attempting to figure out how to assist their organisations in dealing with changes that have never occurred before due to technological advances and employee expectations. Developing new skills is one approach to preparing the workforce for the future.
Organizational and Personal Change
Organisations always make complicated changes to take advantage of opportunities and solve problems. Adopting a new strategy, improving operational procedures, merging with other organisations, or introducing new technology platforms are all examples of such changes. However, no matter the difference an organisation makes, it often affects how people do their day-to-day work. Because the success of organisational changes depends on people working with, accepting, and implementing them, we must manage change at both the individual and corporate levels at the same time.
Change management uses a structured process and tools to lead the people involved in a change toward the desired result. Whether they are dealing with change at home, in the community, or at work, people always follow a predictable path: from their current state to a transition state and then to their future state. Individual change management is helping and enabling a person to engage with, accept, and use a change successfully.
Creating a Value-Driven Culture
A values-based organisation (VBO) is a dynamic, breathing culture in which all employees share vital principles. A values-based organisation has a culture shaped by a clear set of ground rules that lay the groundwork and serve as guiding principles for decision-making, actions, and a sense of community. Employees in a values-driven culture find congruence between their personal and firm values, resulting in a cohesive and motivated workforce.
Management and leadership set an excellent example for their organisations by demonstrating the ideals they preach. Defining organisational values with effective behaviours creates a culture or purpose built on deeply held beliefs that will be more stable over time, determined by productivity and staff commitment.
Team development is a continuous process that assists a work group in becoming cohesive. Team members share expectations for completing group work and trust and support one aspect of one another's distinctive differences.
Team building is "the action or process of causing a group of individuals to work together effectively as a team, notably using activities and events meant to improve motivation and foster cooperation." As explained, "team building" is any activity undertaken with a group of individuals to help them perform better as a team. That is the essence of teamwork.
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I learnt how to work on my role profile to match the leadership I come across
- Silas Sehularo: Public Relations Officer
I benefited by getting a lot of clarity on personal traits and unique behaviour.
- Gosego Pilane, Chief State Counsel and Legal Advisor
It made me aware of my blind spots, and strength and also to think more about the future as opposed to the past, which is not serving us. More importantly, I learned how to buckle up. How to deal with challenges. To initiate solutions,, not lament problems or justify why things cannot happen. –
It helped me to understand exactly who am I.
- Oarabile Nkwe. Coordinator of Ministry towards Improvement
It assisted me in discovering myself, knowing that I did not know what I thought I knew about myself
- Kgangmotse E. KGANGMOTSE- Chief Economist
I've become more self-aware. I have learnt my strengths and weaknesses and have been equipped with skills of balancing myself. The facilitator was high energy and very engaging. I all around had a fantastic experience.
- Lone Gabalebatse, State Counsel
I have learnt to start with me before I could finger point if work is not done. Identify my weakness and use them to create opportunities. I appreciated knowing my grey areas and how best I can work with others with different profiles. Together we can achieve the objectives of the ministry. –
I know myself fully, the traits I need to push from the grey circle in the PDA Wheel Chart, and the high intensity and the low-intensity traits which may cause delays in my service delivery. I appreciated knowing that the kind of leader helps us align with his way of doing things.
– Oupa Masesane. Deputy Permanent Secretary - Tertiary Education
It gave me a detailed description of my strengths and weaknesses, which have contributed to my success in a positive manner and also pointed to my negative behaviours, which i need to work on. It is a very empowering, motivating and supportive strategy geared towards building compelling and succeeding teams. Team Alignment is a phenomenal concept that diagnoses the behaviors of each team member in the context of a big team. It also introspect the architecture of a given team and comes up with robust practical commitments to place the team on a collective path of top notch and a high performance culture.
- Peter Mafokate,Chief Project Officer Anti-Corruption Unit
Excellent, I managed to see myself through the eyes of my Team Members. I am looking forward to Emotional Intelligence plus Couple Mentoring when it is offered.
- Ndoze Moletelo Planning Officer
The assessment has exposed my behavioral style. I now know my area of strength and I know my motivators. It gives the team profile and show areas we need to modify to achieve the best out of our team.
- Mooketsi Dijeng Assistant Manager Reforms
It has helped me to appreciate my strengths and my blind spots , and how these play out in my personal and professional space. It helped me appreciate other team members more
- Tebogo Bagopi Deputy Permanent Secretary
I benefited from the PDA assessment very much. I mostly apricated the Review of blind spots and how they can be addressed.
– Kekgonne Baipoledi Permanent Secretary
''This virtual training was very Interactive...
I felt it was more interactive than had we been physically trained. I had expected that less interaction.” - M C Chaba: Botswana Unified Revenue Services (BURS)
"There was significant interaction with the trainer...
The online training went well; significant interaction with the trainer. online training is the future.” - Tshepho Gaborone - BURS
"The training exceeded my expectation...
The online training was far better than I expected.” – B K Radikonyana : BURS
"Online training is the best...
I experienced zoom for the first time. I realised online training is much better than physical training because I felt comfortable and at ease." – N Ntshielang: BURS.
" There was no time to hide behind others...
Online training was more efficient because training physical can be a disaster for participants, whereas online, the names of the participants can be picked easily from the system. Everyone is participating.” – K Delu: BURS
"This is the timely innovation...
“Online training taught me that I don't need a teacher by my side to get training, and I believe it is the innovation we need in this time of technology. I can study wherever I am; distance is no longer a barrier.” - R Mutembedza: BURS.
"There was order and interesting group work...
I expected a chaotic setup where supervision would be challenging to employ. However, I was pleasantly impressed when I saw the team is divided into groups, and you regularly check our progress to serve progress. It was awesome. I was fascinated by the technology that allows for privacy or should I see enhanced supervision.”- B K Radikonyana: BURS.
“I was engaged and focused throughout the training...
It was my first experience with Virtual and Online training. The course, as interactive as it was, kept me focused and on my toes. Initially, I thought we would just be watching a tutorial video. I enjoyed it and am looking forward to more.” - T Lekuta BURS.
"This was a fantastic experience...
Online training was interactive. It was my first time using zoom a, and the experience was terrific – K Kooepile: BURS.
"We all had sufficient time to interact...
The online experience was more interactive because everyone could express their views without fearing matlho a batho.” – M I Mooketsi: BURS.
"I felt superb a, and I am satisfied with the experience...
It was like face to face real-life experience. It was eye opening as this showed that in order to learn or help a customer, we do not need to meet in person but can; the experience made me feel great, happy and satisfied as it was a new experience for me.” – B Raditholo: BURS.
"I comfortably related with the trainer...
The online training made me comfortable with the trainer and made the environment friendly enough for me to participate. And I was always alert and attentive. – O Morotsi BURS
"I am happy I can study anywhere and anytime...
It went well I was like we were in the same room with you, and it shows that I can study where ever I am at any time.”– K Moabankwe: BURS
"The atmosphere was conducive, and we felt so comfortable...
Because It helped to interact well with others who are shy." - MissGee
"I felt comfortable to participate...
I enjoyed it since I could participate even though I think I lack public speaking qualities." - K Ditau: BURS.
"It was well organised.
The virtual training was well set up, to find myself being able to communicate with others over the video has helped build my confidence." - Amo N: BURS.
"It was well-coordinated.
It's exciting; it affords everyone the chance to talk and listens without interruptions." - BOB: BURS.
"Though it was my first on Virtual Training, I had fun...
It s my first time using it. I enjoyed communicating with my team members and building my confidence." - Dicks: BURS
"No more stage fright.
It has been fun, a welcome development for some of us with stage fright." - Sea: BURS.
"This an appropriate forum during the Covid-19 Pandemic...
The online experience training has been the best! I have learnt a lot, and it would be ideal if BURS can introduce this type of Virtual meeting considering the challenges of Covid - 19." - Zacks: BURS.
"I felt free to participate...
I enjoyed it more than usual; we feel free, no stage fright." - Miso: BURS.
"Virtual Training is the best...
It is exciting; the audio is better, concentration is also better compared to bigger rooms." - Amo M: BURS.
Group discussions were my favourite...
I enjoyed the group chats, reduced my shines, and it's like I'm doing one on one." - Rati: BURS
"We felt like a team...
I enjoyed every moment of it, it brings everyone together, and we feel free to participate." - Tammie: BURS.