When I was a classroom teacher, one of the biggest challenges to be met was providing the correct lesson plan and teaching style for each student. Learning how to make one lesson that fits with students at multiple levels is perhaps the greatest challenge any teacher faces.
It is no wonder that most professional training offered today is of a packaged, one-size-fits-all sort of solution as it is a very difficult thing to do otherwise.
If an individual or a team finds meaning in a packaged program and can apply it to their day-to-day work, there’s a chance for success with these one-and-done seminars. I’ve certainly attended many that have worked for me. I am not opposed to such offsites, seminars, and trainings. However, I intend to do something different with Agile Time Coach.
I ask detailed questions of individuals and teams prior to any coaching or on-site seminar so that I can determine what recommendations and training path will be best for bringing about a positive change to productivity and work-life balance.
I will get to know you or your team, taking notes to build an assessment of your needs before we work together.
Every coaching session and seminar is uniquely planned to meet the needs of the audience for which it is intended.
Here’s what a leading Learning and Development website writes about retention and seminars: