Developing people through training A Forestry Commission case study
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People who work for the Forestry Commission perform a wide variety of jobs. They are all important in contributing to the overall aims and objectives of the organisation.
To carry out their roles effectively they need training. Development helps them to grow as individuals and take on extra responsibility, which adds value to the organisation.
The Forestry Commission's investment in training and development enables employees like Murray Livingstone, Gordon Donaldson and Julie McMorran to develop more confidence in their roles. It also allows them to become more equipped to achieve their own and the organisation's objectives. The result is a better managed 'green' forest resource that everyone can benefit from people, animals, plant life, and our planet.