“We increased our sales results by 15% during the first 6 months”
“We kept the staff's trust, increased sales, and at the same time reduced overhead costs by 23%”
“Sick leave went down 6% as a direct, isolated effect of the investment in training”
“We increased the level of engagement by 20%, which had a direct positive effect on our key figures”
“Our goal was an ROI of 22M SEK in 7 months. We exceeded the set goal by 44%”
“I saved 6M SEK for my company over 6 months”
“Already after three months our new salesperson made over 500 sales calls, gave more than 20 presentations, conducted several sales visits, submitted offers, and closed several deals”
We needed a work culture where our staff understood each other's differences and strengths, which would create a safer and more harmonious environment.
The training concept was a success already after the first week. Our staff excitedly looked forward to participating, and it became the talk of the town in our company – which is really not common!
Stahl & Partners has an engagement beyond the ordinary! They are committed to making a difference in our organization, with a follow-up that ensures development and results. The pedagogy is phenomenal! Because it makes such a difference, we continue our cooperation with Stahl & Partners by also training our managers.”
Anders Lundmark, HR Manager Primary Products,
AB Sandvik Materials Technology
We measure the results of all training with the Return on Investment (ROI) method. This is the most effective way to ensure that a client’s investment results in targeted goals. You can only measure training that is a minimum of 6 months.
We measure ROI on individual, team, and company levels, and before, during, and after training. A trainer must be licensed to use the ROI method.
Helena Ståhl is one of only approximately 100 active and licensed ROI trainers in the world.
To measure ROI you need to isolate the effect of the training. Choose three key measurements the training can have an effect on. For example employee engagement, increased profit, increased number of new clients, decreased sick leave, number of key people in new positions or promoted, employee satisfaction, increased efficiency, or trust for management.
The overall goals need to be defined by management and set on individual levels. Continuously following up and reporting back to management throughout the training is essential.