Trainer Tools & Kits
The Dealing with Conflict Trainers Kit is a complete modular and integrated conflict assessment and training program that includes 10 online self assessments, 10 Participant Coursebooks and the comprehensive Dealing with Conflict Leader’s Guide and the Dealing with Conflict DVD. Use the complete program to deliver from 2 hours to a full day conflict workshop. Or if you prefer, choose only those products you wish and easily integrate them into most existing training programs.
While understanding the need for organizational change is critical, it is also vital that we recognize how we respond to change as individuals so that we can manage ourselves – and show others how to benefit from its positive effects. Working Through Organizational Change is a one-day program designed to help individuals polish their skills at coping with and handling a variety of organizational changes.
Are you maximizing every opportunity to connect with participants before, during and after training? This is the key to optimizing the learning experience of every individual – and the focus of these 125 tested and proven-effective activities for trainers.
This proven workshop is for the non-professional trainer who must develop and conduct training sessions on occasion. As jobs change and re-training is needed at an increasing rate, more and more managers and team leaders are being called upon to do training that was formerly done by experienced trainers.
The benefits to fostering a culture of accountability are not far-fetched. Most organizations are well aware of the end-result – high levels of employee commitment, participation, satisfaction and overall company morale just to name a few.
This title is divided into five sections. Each section has ten exercises designed to stimulate discussion and promote inquiry regarding business ethics.
Use this practice-oriented workshop to teach team leaders and group facilitators the key skills for leading productive team meetings.
As corporate budgets get tighter and tighter, managers are demanding that expenditures on training be fiscally justified. Trainers are being asked to build a business case for making training investments, and they are being required to determine what those investments yield.