|A must attend for those involved in training?
Spend two hours learning the trade secrets of successful training programs. In the course of training over quarter of a million business people, ITS has honed in on how to produce successful programs that inform, entertain, and are retained.
Get tips on analyzing training needs ... designing or hiring training programs that fit your audience ... creating attention demanding visuals ... becoming a better presenter, and more. Come ready to learn, and leave with the tools and enthusiasm needed to improve your current training program.
- Program Design
- Techniques for increasing learner retention
- Overcoming audience resistance
- Delivery that is tuned in, not out
- Uncovering your groups true training needs
- Professional Tips
- Produce affordable, quality visual aids
- Convincing the top of the vital importance of training
- Hidden resources that can stretch training dollars
- Knowing when to hire out or produce in-house
- Using group learning to enhance interest on a dull or dry topic
- Welcoming candid and honest evaluations
Put Punch Into the Presentation:
- Overcoming unfounded fear
- Self-confidence accelerators
- Essential communication skills
- Polishing your voice
- Body language: the hidden communicator
- Projecting a positive image
- Organizing your presentation
- Humor - pros and cons
- Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse
- Ongoing learning and improvement
Who Should Attend
Training directors, their assistants, human resource personnel, and others who want to learn how to better assess training needs, produce cost effective materials, and develop targeted programs that meet - even exceed - the organization's goals.
Janice Branch has been a senior training consultant for InterAction Training Systems (ITS) for fifteen years. She is a very seasoned presenter that has all the right stuff to wow her participants about the subject matter. Prior to joining ITS, Janice was the Senior Manager of Training for Consolidated Communications where she managed, designed, coordinated and presented training programs for this multi-state telco with over 1,000 employees.
Whether it is teaching how to coach, manage, lead, negotiate, service, sell or train at every level in an organization or if it is consulting on problem solving and servant leadership, Janice is the "go-to" person every bank wants to hear from. Participants appreciate her "been there, done that" humor along with her expert ability to facilitate learning.'