“If you’re not going to even try to be best-in-class at something, well what’s the point?” Rarely is Clarkson quoted in my trade. But in summing up the perfunctory mid-market car in front of him, he made a good point about the emotional pull of invention and creativity. Measureable on the P&L? No. Strictly necessary? […]
Training that sustains
Welcome. Whether you have opportunities to capitalise upon, unmet objectives, or things that aren’t going quite to plan, I’d be delighted to find out more and discuss the solutions that ‘training that sustains’ could bring to your organisation.
Trainer, Coach and founder of SustrainUK
Examples of training designed to equip commercial practitioners with the processes and skills to create better outcomes. Models and diagnostic tools are used to promote understanding and generate insights, with the emphasis firmly on ‘tooling-up’ and applying the skills back at work to achieve the stated training objectives.
These modules, originally created to encourage the behaviours that naturally support good selling and negotiating, are now offered in their own right. Appealing to individuals and teams across the organisation, this training is often delivered in conjunction with prevailing themes such as change or conflict, which provide the ‘angle’ from which we tackle the topic.
Perhaps you have an in-house training course that you’d like delivered quickly and efficiently by a professional trainer? Or perhaps you’d like to be trained to run your own training. And if you have a need for energisers and participative exercises for a team awayday or company conference then the trainer’s kitbag can help.
What our clients say...
“James brings professionalism, intelligence, and authenticity to his coaching work closely linked to his commitment to providing great return for both the individual and their organisation”
Jess Stockford, Professional Development Manager
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