Part 4: A communication consultant facilitates interventions
Corporate training can be dull, drab, and check-box ready. Here’s what I mean: Some organizations are quick to look at training needs and search for the path of least resistance instead of actually searching for training, and a trainer, who can help the organization in both the short and long-term. A communication consultant, or, in this case, a communication trainer should facilitate interventions that resonate with the organization’s mission and solve the corporation’s complex problems or, at the very least, move a potential solution forward.
Training does not have to be boring.
Training does not have to be drab.
Training does not have to be a waste of time.
Training does not have to be a “check-mark” in an otherwise minimalist development vision.
Instead, I firmly believe that organizational training and professional development done well can enhance a culture and clarify misconceptions. It can help your bottom line, establish a clear mission and vision, and ensure that all employees are on the same page.
What is it worth to you?
Out-of-the-box training can be helpful, sure, but wouldn’t you rather work with a consultant who has listened to your organizational challenges and crafts a training plan suited around your needs and your people? In many ways, it is about you. It is not about the trainer. It is about you, about your people. Find someone to help solve complex problems and find someone willing to put in the work to create outcomes and objectives suited to the needs of your organization. I can help.
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