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Using personal development plans as the basis for learning

Looking at my last 3 years working as a Learning and Development specialist, trainer and…

On negotiation

Yesterday I did a short session on different negotiating styles. As I was conducting my…

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Learner centric methodology

Many workshops stop after delivery. Many attendees don’t set goals or implement the learned materials into their work.

We overcome this by offering 90-minute follow-up sessions included for every workshop to discuss and overcome challenges. The chart below illustrates the learner’s journey.

Management support methodology

Many workshops fall short in driving behavioral changes. One of the reasons is that  attendees don’t report the training content back to their managers. As a result, managers will not able to support and encourage learners to change their habits at work. Understanding this challenge, we offer comprehensive documents for managers including:

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