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Take a day’s conventional training course and compress it into a dynamic, short session filled with useful tools and techniques!
You can ‘pick and mix’ from over 20 different off the rack short-sessions (we have created a further 50 tailor-made sessions), covering areas such as personal development, management development, project management and finance.
These face-to-face sessions succeed because:
People love them, as they don’t disrupt their entire working day
They are economical
Performance is enhanced in both the short and long term
It’s very easy for an organisation to initiate, and can complement other training projects
They create an appetite for further learning
How it works
You can pick from a variety of courses, which can be delivered ‘off the shelf’ or customised for your organisation. They can be delivered anytime and anywhere, with up to three sessions a day. The sessions range from 90 minutes to three hours in length, and you can have up to 20 delegates attend a session.
Why it works
You want your staff to learn some new skills and learn them quickly, but you may not be able to release them for a whole day, or you may want them to get some polish for skills they already have. You may want them to get a focused look at one very specific area of interpersonal skills. These sessions work because:
It’s a memorable snack; enough of a taste to get your people thinking and seeing things in new ways and trying out some new techniques
The sessions are entertaining, informative and in a very useful format. These sessions focus on very specific issues such as difficult meetings, effective email communication, beyond assertiveness, presenting to clinch the deal, etc
Over 97% of participants who have attended our sessions said they will apply what they’ve learnt
You can expect your people to come away with far greater insight, one or two very useful new tools and ideas of how to put them into practise