Investment in training and development is a benefit for both the employee and the employer. It allows for enhancing the services provided by any entity while providing the employee with opportunities for growth and advancement. Training and career development can align employee training and development efforts with the organization’s mission, goals, and objectives. Training and development may include coaching; organizational development or planned change consultation and interventions; facilitated planning sessions; and large group processes. Trainings can also be custom-designed with stated outcomes in line with the direction of the business.

Trainings Currently Offered
  • Mediation (half, full, three and five day courses)
  • Bullying in the Work Place
  • Giving Effective Feedback
  • Choosing Your Response to Anger
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Basics
  • Relation Systems Intelligence
  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • Managing Change
  • Communication and Conflict Management within a Team
  • Making Assumptions
  • Email Etiquette
  • Effective Communication
  • 10 Tips for Good Managers
  • Coaching
  • Interest Based Negotiation
  • Your Brain in Conflict
  • Diversity in the Thought and the Work Place: Why does it help?
Possible Goals For Training/Development
  • Institute and promote best practices in the work place;
  • Acquisition of new skills and knowledge;
  • Enhance or update existing skills and knowledge;
  • Address weaknesses or put mechanisms in place to compensate;
  • Create a pool of readily available and adequate replacements for personnel who may leave or move up in the organization;
  • Enhance the company’s ability to adopt and use advances in technology or policy;
  • Build a more efficient, effective and highly motivated team;
  • Ensure potential for expansion into new programs;
  • Pilot or test the operation of a new performance management system.
Benefits of Training/Development for the Employer
  • Provides for more skilled, efficient employees that require less supervision and who need less detailed instructions;
  • More effective and efficient use of workers’ time as a result of higher skill levels, combined with a better understanding of the job function;
  • Better customer satisfaction;
  • Promotes positive company image—excellent recruiting tool;
  • Essential for knowledge transfer;
  • Promotes job satisfaction and employee retention;
  • Can create a pool of cross-trained employees that can bridge time and personnel gaps.
Benefits of Training/Development for Employees
  • Employees feel supported and enabled in their work;
  • Increased job satisfaction and morale among employees;
  • Valuable recruiting tool;
  • Increased employee motivation;
  • Enhanced employee competency and self-confidence;
  • An increase in the number of ideas, recommendations and suggestions for improving performance or processes and procedures from employees;
  • Lower overall employee turnover and less absenteeism.