Whether you are interested in group training or individual help, we will develop a training program specifically for your needs. The training can be conducted at a location you choose or take place entirely via phone, fax, or the Internet.
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Customization and Confidentiality
Our programs are not pulled off the shelf but designed exactly for your needs. After signing a confidentiality agreement, we develop exercises and reference materials based on real examples from your organization. Because of this focus on your needs, your people will be able to use their new skills immediately on the job.
Choose From Flexible Options, Including Individual Instruction
Do you have only a few people who need training? Is your budget limited? Are your people so busy or so tied up with travel that they can t get together for a workshop?
We are familiar with these restrictions and can accommodate you without sacrificing the quality of training. You will save on employee travel cost and time, and often on program cost, compared to a generic one-day seminar that produces no lasting improvement.
Choose any combination of program topics and instruction approaches:
Example 1: Technical Writing Program
Example 2: Mixed Consulting Program
In these programs, your people will develop the attitudes and skills that bring out positive responses in others. They'll learn how to:
They will learn these important skills in whatever way works best for them: mini-workshops for small or larger groups, half- or full-day workshops, individual sessions, consultation via telephone and fax, editorial service, or any combination of these approaches.
Our business is guaranteed improvement of communication skills. If you do not make significant progress, we will refund your tuition or continue to coach you free of charge until you are satisfied.
Here are some sample programs we offer:
There is no minimum group size or program length. Instruction may be individual and may even be done entirely by phone/fax if you prefer. Usually, participants send us writing samples before the program starts so that we can give them a detailed critique and customize training materials.
The program may focus on any area, such as
Workshop sessions or private meetings are recommended, as is video feedback.
There is no minimum group size or program length.
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Group sessions are highly effective, but instruction may be entirely individual.
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A workshop is beneficial, but instruction can be entirely individual if preferred.
Individual instruction sessions are beneficial, but instruction may be entirely via fax, phone, and e-mail. Students receive extensive reference materials we have developed for foreigners.
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Crisis Management: Handling Media and Public
Workshop sessions with video feedback are highly recommended. There is no
minimum group size or program length. You or your team will get hands-on
experience in preparing for and dealing with crises such as major accidents,
financial disasters, or catastrophic legal problems. Case studies will be
discussed, and you will develop plans for your own group or
A: Anticipate disaster; identify potential problems and develop
C: Care about people affected
T: Tell what you know quickly; beware the dangers of silence or insufficient response
N: Note your next steps
O: Offer help and thanks to reinforcements
W: Write press kits
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