All of our training programs are firmly structured on this powerful triad:
There is a difference between having a vision and establishing a vision. That's where we come in. All of our services are designed to establish and drive your vision throughout the organization.
Experiences lead to belief. Belief leads to actions. Actions lead to results. We focus on experiences that truly change the belief system, making employees want to change their actions which leads to genuine alignment.
When an organization has genuine alignment, people are enthusiastic about taking ownership for results. This is where training sticks. We implement measurement tools to help people and teams hold themselves accountable, well after we’re gone.
Our Winning Formula: L+T+A=BI
Our motto is “Training Means Business”. In some businesses today, it seems as if the word "training" is being replaced with "learning". Conversely, we believe that both “learning” and “training” are a part of a very important formula that also includes “application”. All three are essential parts for reaching the ultimate goal of business improvement (see below). But… we do place a special emphasis on training and repetition to ensure effective and embedded application. This will have a measurable impact on your business.
Goals are achieved through learning the “why” and the “how” of a skill. Wanting to be a classical piano player when you grow up is an excellent goal, but you first have to study music and learn the skill.
The repetitive process of practicing a skill makes us better and allows us to efficiently and effectively reach our goals. A classical musician is "classically trained" not "classically learned" to perform. Wanting to play the piano professionally means you have to take the skills you have learned and train as much as possible.
Learning and training don’t stop here. Consciously and competently applying skills allows us to evolve, adjust and grow. If you want to play piano at Carnegie Hall, you have to hone your skills and continue to grow every day. Evaluate your performance then continue training in the areas that need improvement.