Through better participant selection, organisations can make better use of their management training budget. Companies often waste money by training the wrong type of person or by not preparing them properly prior to training. A management development plan should be used to identify suitable individuals for training and the type of training needed. The performance problems of existing managers should be diagnosed to distinguish between ability and motivation problems. There should be increasing managerial accountability for proper participant selection. The participant's manager should support his participant by following up his efforts to implement the training. Participant accountability should be implemented as recognition of their having gained something from the management training programme. As a result of these strategies, programmes will be more effective from the trainer's and organisation's perspective. Participants will be more motivated and committed to developing themselves as managers.
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