It’s All in How You Frame It! Half-day workshop for all employees So often we look at the matters that we face in the workplace as dilemmas or predicaments rather than as chances to better achieve our goals. Yet through some simple techniques, we can learn to reframe the problems into opportunities that are motivating and engaging. Objectives The […]
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Our anniversary is over! Visit us again next September for more free tools and materials.
_Trainer Resources_High Performance Section One_ This section contains basic tools such as tools for helping with training needs assessments and contracting with internal and external clients. The overview includes a table of contents for section one of the tool kit and an overview of each tool. Trainers Resources Section Two This section contains tools such as tools for […]
As we were reviewing our website statistics, it came to our attention that visitors were quite regularly looking for an old article that we had published in Purchasing Today many years ago. The topic was Continual Learning . We had removed the article from our site because it was old! However, in doing so, we may […]
In September, we will be celebrating e our company’s 34th anniversary. As a way of thanking all of our clients and followers for the wonderful years together, we are planning to offer a free tool on each Monday in September. Check back here each week to download your tool! In the mean time, we would […]
Half-day Workshop for all Employees The purpose of this course is to help individuals learn how to thrive even when living with uncertainty and ambiguity. Most of us are surrounded by constant change. And, at the same time, many of us value stability and security. How can we reconcile the two? Objectives The purpose of this […]
Preparing for those Tough Conversations Half-day Classroom Learning for All Employees Why is communication so hard? Sometimes there are obvious obstacles, such as when people speak different languages, come from different cultures, or simply don’t like each other. Yet even under the most ideal conditions—same language, similar backgrounds, good intentions on all sides—communication often goes awry. […]