Frequently Asked Questions
Yes we do.
We run taster sessions from one hour. Some participants can only spare one or two hours. Partners in law firms for example sometimes can only give one or two hours, so we design sessions to suit them.
The outputs won’t be the same. The shorter the session the more it becomes like a seminar, or we can only cover a limited number of points, or in less depth. But we can still achieve something, and often this is better than no training at all.
Basically the answer is yes, just let us know what you are trying to achieve and we’ll see what we can do.
The generally accepted definition is that soft skills training means training which helps you to do your job but which is not technical training. Subjects like presentation skills training, management training, time management training. Training on how to use a piece of software is not considered soft skills training.
We see tailoring our training as a business development investment.
Tailoring our training to your needs is a vital part of making sure the training is as relevant as it can be. And if it’s relevant that makes it more likely to be well received. Then there’s more of a chance that we’ll get more business.
It depends on the subject. most workshops can have up to 12 participants. With presentations skills training up to 6 is ideal as each person practices their presentations.
We have run sessions with 16, 24 even 30 people, but the more participants the more of seminar it becomes. A seminar is a one way session. Smaller groups gives the opportunity to have more of a workshop style with lots of interaction and discussion.
We tailor our training to each client’s needs at no extra cost. We have developed a lot of ideas into our own IP (Intellectual Property) over the years. We use these in our training sessions.
We can react quickly to your training needs with a blend of our experience and existing training content.
We do a range of sales training courses from Basic Sales Training to Territory Planning and Key Account Management Training.