This cast describes how you can approach your manager in order to get training budget.
It can be incredibly frustrating to be an individual contributor and KNOW you could do more if only you had the training. Or perhaps you're someone who works really hard, your career is very important to you, and you'd like to be rewarded with training budget the company says it doesn't have. Or you see people in other teams going on 'jollys' and no matter how many times you ask, you never get to go. Or you REALLY want to go to a Manager Tools conference and your manager will just not agree. ;)
This is one of those casts where we can tell you the best way to approach the situation, but we can't guarantee the outcome. BUT, approaching the situation in the best way will raise your esteem in your manager's eyes and will increase your chances of getting budget in the future.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- Why can't I just ask for training budget?
- How do I prepare a case for training budget?
- How do I deal with my boss's response?
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