I have been training individuals, groups and organizations for many years on a variety of topics. As with anything I do, participants in my training sessions are ACTIVE and engaged in the process, thereby making learning more efficient, more immediate, and more fun. I’m very aware that people need to hear, see, read, practice and teach what they have learned in order to maximize the benefits from the training, and that’s where I differ from many other trainers. If participants aren’t engaged in ALL five of these activities, you can be sure they will forget much of what they learn within a very short time frame.
- The Circle of Courage – A model to re-allign organizations
- How To Be A Great Facilitator!
- Difficult Conversations
- Value Added Communication in the Workplace
- Customer Service
- Innovative Career Development Tools
- Employee Attraction and Retention
- Why Occupations-Based Career Development Doesn’t Work!
- The Magic of Using Music To Engage Clients/Students
- Multi-Generational Issues in the Workplace
- Using Labor Market Information
- Work Search Model – How to Insure Client Motivation & Momentum!
- How Levels of Trust in the Workplace Affect the Bottom Line!
A one-day training workshop on Customer Service
Some training resources I have created:
- Facilitator Boot Camp
- Using Music as a Career Development Tool – Unit of Study (10 lesson plans) for High School students (E-Book)
- Youth Making a Difference – Model for young people to change the world!
- Crossroads Program – Training school dropouts to present to at-risk students
- The Circle of Courage – Relating this model to organizational development, parenting and career development
- The Time is Now! Interactive career development DVD
- Career Development School-Based Mentoring Program
- Generation “Y” in the Workplace DVD
- Multi-Generations in The Workplace – A training model
- Making Good Decisions – A program to help young people make good decisions using live rock and roll music
- Customer Service – A training model