A successful learning system must be planned and aligned with other functions within the organization. Any learning plan must be used in tandem with budgetary and planning systems, and aligned with the overall targets and goals of the organization. Our performance-linked learning system is based on an analysis of organizational goals and the development of integrated and prioritized learning solutions to provide the competencies required to achieve those goals.
Benefits of a performance-linked learning system
The following are some of the benefits of a performance-linked learning system:
Training and development for results
Leading edge technology organisational experience
Sacher utilises the most technologically advanced e-learning software development tools available to ensure:
We collaborate with our clients to achieve sustainable and measurable performance improvements through your people. We facilitate a work environment or culture that enables continuous improvement and sustained excellence.
We partner with you to achieve productivity improvements through teams, at all levels. Our role is not to run courses or perform other activities that your internal people could do better. Rather, we work with you to achieve the highest levels of organizational effectiveness, resulting in sustained bottom-line improvements.
We are experienced, implementation specialists.
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