odt organizational workshops
In this day and age, developing your organization and employees is a must. But how do you reconcile developing your employees and organization as a whole, providing knowledge, tools along with growth and development opportunities, with adhering to a limited budget that does not allow long and deep processes?
What to do? Our solution is simple! Formulating a dedicated program and choosing knowledge, content and process workshops in fields where you wish to enrich and develop your employees and managers. The number of sessions and their contents will be exactly matched to your needs.
This 3-hour long workshop is for up to 20 participants.
* Each topic can be made into a lecture, up to an hour and a half, for a large audience.
Simply choose from our wide range of workshops:
|Sales and Service
Phone Service And Sales Skills – Phone Skills
Sale Skills – Sales and Influence
Handling Objections – The Master Key
Decision Making – Managing On Thin Ice
Understating Types of Communication – Me, You and Them Are Different
Assertive Communication- Not A Servant, A Service Representative
Handling Pressure and Burn Out – Toiling with Fun
Self-Branding – Brand Me
Time Management – A Slave of Time
Communication and Feedback – Dates with Employees
Employee Retention – Employees Looking for Meaning
Conflict Management – Arguing Correctly
Positive Thinking – Through Rose-Colored Glasses
Knowledge Sharing – Dilemma Coffee
Management Mentoring – The Manager as A Mentor
Sales Strategies – Your Treasure Map
Business Differentiation – A Taste For More
a personal workshop
What suits others doesn’t always suit you!
That’s why we put aside raw materials to mix up unique bundles, especially for your organization.
Our professional team of consultants will assist you in:
* Understanding needs and adapting them to your target audience
* Working with various tier executives
* Developing unique content and training tools
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Organizational consulting services and human resources
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