Research indicates that approximately 75% of training is done on-the-job.
Therefore, everyone's a trainer! Whether you're an executive,
senior, middle, or line manager, supervisor, or team leader, isn't a major
part of your own job responsibility the continuous improvement of the
performance and productivity of your people? If you've answered, "yes,"
then you're a trainer! You may not formally call yourself a
"trainer," but think how often you directly or indirectly provide some
form of training to your staff, coworkers, management, and customers.
Training - which also includes one's presentation and communication skills
- is a professional and personal asset.
Research shows that the Number One Fear of most people is getting
up in front of a group of people to give a speech, make a presentation, or
provide training. This seminar which takes a practical, common sense
approach combines all three of these skills. Everyone admires an
individual who can stand before a group and come across as a confident and
polished subject matter expert. Whether you are communicating with one
person in the office, training five people in a training room, or
presenting to 20 people in the boardroom, this seminar will teach you how
to do it with confidence, enthusiasm, and authority.