Shopping for Corporate Training? Don’t Make These 4 Mistakes

According to Training Magazine, average corporate training budgets depend on the size of the company, and range from $290,000 (fewer than 1,000 employees) to $13 million (more than 10,000 employees) annually. Throughout my 20-plus years in the corporate training industry, I consistently see mistakes—especially by smaller companies that lack learning and development expertise —that prevent […]

Empowered Productivity Training Results: Pays Off ‘Immediately’

Customer Spotlight: PinnacleART  Thinking about investing in productivity training for your company? You probably have lots of questions: What will employees learn? What will the results be? And how soon will you start seeing those results? Today’s article spotlights one of our great clients, PinnacleART, and their Empowered Productivity training results. PinnacleART’s Success PinnacleART has experienced dramatic […]

Be More Productive: 3 Key Mental Shifts

Lots of productivity training sessions or classes seem helpful at the time. But what’s important is what actually sticks with you and helps you be more productive. That’s why I was happy when Lindsay*, the executive assistant interviewed for last week’s productivity case study, shared that she keeps these three insights from my Empowered Productivity […]

Employee Productivity Case Study: Training ROI

Any time you invest in workshops, classes or other programs for your team, you want to know whether the training ROI will be worth it. That’s why I’m excited to share the experiences of Lindsay*, an executive assistant with a large insurance provider. Lindsay recently wrote to tell me about how my Empowered Productivity Training (watch a preview […]

Feeling Overwhelmed? Here’s the Way Out

Do more with less. Those words permeate most workplaces today, leaving employees feeling overwhelmed, stressed and baffled about how to navigate everything expected of them. That’s the situation that “David,” a project control engineer working in construction in the Northeast, found himself in. (I’m using a pseudonym to protect his privacy—his boss doesn’t know how overwhelmed […]