Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 13, 2007
Canadian Management Centre is proud to announce the creation of a new Training and Development Forum set to go live Wednesday September 12, at 12:50 p.m. (EST). The addition of the forum further enhances Canadian Management Centres' repertoire of complimentary online resources. As an extension of the highly regarded Training and Development Professionals Tool-Kit the training and development forum offers HR professionals a platform for discussion and networking. Canadian Management Centre has become the only Canadian training organization to offer this unique type of value to the professionals who visit their website.
To help launch the forum, widely renowned HR professional Leigh Branham will host an inaugural webinar on September 12, 2007 at 1:00 p.m. (EST). An authority in the area of employee engagement and organizational best practices, Brenham has authored two books Keeping the People Who Keep You in Business and more recently The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave. Offering pragmatic solutions to employee retention is Brenham's specialty as he is the founder of the consulting firm Keeping the People Inc.
The Training and Development Professionals' Tool-Kit focuses on the three areas most relevant to the field. Broken down into sections designed to assist the Training and Development Professional in developing a powerful strategy to Attract the right individuals for the job, Engage your employees so as to increase productivity and finally the Retain section designed to implement effective workplace strategy to keep valuable employees. The Forum will further reinforce these strategies and offer Training and Development Professionals the benefit of open discussion with others in their field.
About Canadian Management Centre:
With over 40 years experience and as an affiliate of the American Management Association; Canadian Management Centre has earned the reputation as a trusted partner in Canadian professional development and management training, that improves the immediate performance and long-term results of over 10,000 Canadian individuals and organizations every year.