What makes Cygnet development sessions refreshingly different is not primarily the uniqueness of our material rather the style of our consultant-trainers. How can we describe it?
Fast-paced - it is rare indeed to see a participant looking at their watch!
Work-reality based - The principles / models we use are immediately related to the actual issues participants are facing at work. Thus is a real sense they are "working" rather than "being trained"
Interactive - our trainers are adept at engaging people, providing new insights and well-considered content but in the context of stimulating dialogue
Varied - a typical session will include:
Review of how people fared in putting into practice previous training
Fun - while taking participants & their work seriously, our trainers know that a little fun can greatly enhance learning
Relational - all our trainers are adept at getting alongside individuals. Coffee breaks, lunch breaks, session ends are opportunities to build rapport and continue to interact over work-related issues
Well presented - up-front input is presented in PowerPoint form with delegates provided with notes of all slides together with worksheets for exercises, audits, case studies and the like