Grow despite disruption
Communication skills for a new world
Practical options that put your people first
Health as a priority
From the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, our first concern has always been for the health and well-being of your people and ours. That won’t change.
We’re past the initial ‘acute uncertainty’ that had everyone running on adrenaline to make things work.
Now, in this period of ‘prolonged disruption’ until the ship rights itself, the challenge is to help your people keep growing and developing their skills.
Most of our clients have ramped up, not down, their training. When COVID is gone, they’ll be in an amazing position to sprint out of the gates, rather than stumble as they regather the threads.
Lemonade, burgers & fries
After 16 years in business, we’ve learnt to roll with the challenges and opportunities that come with rapid change. When the world gives you lemons, you don’t just make lemonade but the burger and fries too. Why not upsize and make a meal of it?!
We have a range of learning formats to help your people develop the communication skills they need more than ever.
Three options to keep momentum & help your people keep growing:
- Virtual training: Dynamic, interactive training via Zoom or Webex for groups of up to 18 people. All of our courses can be delivered in this format. Long before COVID we spent years developing our skills in virtual delivery. The shift in skill is like a stage actor moving into film acting. It’s a different beast. But when done well, virtual training is fantastic and a brilliant way to keep your teams connected, inspired and learning.
- Self-paced learning: When you’re juggling split workforces, unusual work hours and unexpected responsibilities, this can be a great option. People upskill on their own schedule yet feel fully supported in their learning journey.
- Credosity software: Perfect for when people need feedback on their business-writing but everyone’s a little stretched. It’s a secure, free online tool that gives you instant feedback, spots bad habits and coaches you towards clear and concise business writing.
Stay committed. Keep trying.
Magic happens when your team comes together to learn from a specialist (us) and each other (their colleagues). Through good times and bad, human connection is the key – whether it’s in-person or in a video conference.
And if you’re truly struggling to find sustainable ways to keep the learning alive for your people, let’s talk. We already have a wide range of free learning tools to help and will do what we can if you need something different. It’s a great time to look after each other right now.