them to understand that it is very necessary for them to give training to their employees so that they could perform the assign task in a better way. Above all, it becomes imperative to state that without training, there will be no development. Therefore, for every organization to survive, training must be seen by management as "a means to an end". 5. Conclusion/Recommendations Training is importation for the survival of any organisation. It is also imperative for effective performance of employees, enhancement of employees’ ability to Table 3Descriptive statistics of respondents on Impact of behavioral and cognitive training techniques on effectiveness N Mean Std. DeviationSkewness Kurtosis StatisticStatisticStatistic StatisticStd. Error Statistic Std. Error Enhance Employee capacity 223 4.4170.78331 -1.906 .163 5.249 .324 Enrich Employees' Efficiency 223 4.4619.72107 -1.684 .163 4.316 .324 Promote Innovation and creativity for Competitive Advantage 223 4.3857.77933 -1.486 .163 2.900 .324 Develop Employees' Skills and Knowledge 223 4.4350.67386 -.964 .163 .494 .324 Improves organisation performance 223 4.12111.06908 -1.248 .163 .959 .324 Valid N (listwise) 223
H. O. FALOLA et al.: Effectiveness of Training and Development on Employees’ ... 167adapt to the changing and challenging business environment and technology for better performance, increase employees’ knowledge to develop creative and problem solving skills. Meanwhile, all the relationships proposed among the variables in the research model were tested and it was found that relationship exists amongst the variables having subjected the collected data to empirical analysis with the use of descriptive statistics. However, the results of the findings indicated that training and development affects employees’ performance and organizational effectiveness, which implies that effort must be made to ensure that employees’ skills and knowledge are fully underutilized through adequate and timely training design and implementation. The overall result showed that proposed hypotheses tested were accepted. It is therefore recommended that Individual should be more proactive and seek to be more creative and innovative to contribute their quota through their profession and skill. Employers of labour and decision makers should endeavour to create enabling training environment and favorable training policies that will give every worker opportunity to attend training. Management should also take into consideration the training need of each workers and act as appropriate. References 1.Aguinis, H.: Performance Management. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009. 2.Ahmad, A.., Jehanzeb, K., Alkelabi, S.A.H.: Role of Learning Theories in Training While Training the Trainers. In: International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 11(2013), p. 181-189. 3.Armstrong, M.: A Handbook of Performance Management, 4th edition.