We cover a wide range of topics. The following list is by no means exhaustive, but we mostly specialise in: Leadership training There is a lot of debate on what exactly a manager should deliver. Control? Mitigated risks? Motivation? Depending on your company’s development level, the leadership team handles, on various levels, tasks.
There is a lot of debate on what exactly a manager should deliver. Control? Mitigated risks? Motivation? Depending on your company’s development level, the leadership team handles, on various levels, tasks, people and HR related situations.
Whatever they are, the way the managers face their challenges should lead to results… without burn-outs.
The Zero-Nonsense focuses on the next step of development for your company’s leadership team, in the context of your organisation and the roles they have within it.
The success of our businesses relies heavily on the type of experience we offer our customers. In the same way technology pushes the race towards improving materials, the journey of the people that trust our team defines how we want to be successful in our market.
We want to take into consideration your industry, methods of control (quality and quantity), values and overall experience to deliver training sessions with high impact, Zero-Nonsense way.
One of the biggest challenges is dealing with resources. Noise and clutter block the implementation of important decisions in the path of durable development, leaving way for frustration, burn-outs and dismantled teams.
Our training sessions on Project Management strive to deliver knowledge, abilities and attitudes that can be implemented on Day 1.
Taking a look at your team, wether we are talking about only of a department or the organisation as a whole, reveals the patterns, but also the specificities of your team.
A strategy should, therefore, be constructed taking into consideration the improvement points discovered. Not all should be answered by trainings, not all should be answered immediately.
A Zero-Nonsense approach on a Learning and Development Strategy should be planned in steps adapted to the organisation and, most importantly, aimed at results and subject to measurements.