"Training Request? Ask Questions First" Workshop by Mr. Dick Handshaw, President of Handshaw, Inc.

  • Thursday, March 22, 2012
  • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • University Center of Greenville Classroom 514, 225 South Pleasantburg Dr., Greenville, SC 29607

Registration

  • Register 4 and get the 5th one for free!
  • Half day workshop by Mr. Dick Handshaw of Charlotte, NC
    Members - $100
    (Guests who come with chapter member $75)
    Non-members - $125
    Students - $25
  • Must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours in a college or university program. This level is for those students who are not student chapter members
  • Half day workshop by Mr. Dick Handshaw of Charlotte, NC
    Members - $100
    (Guests who come with chapter member $75)
    Non-members - $125
    Students - $25
  • Half day workshop by Mr. Dick Handshaw of Charlotte, NC
    Members - $100
    (Guests who come with chapter member $75)
    Non-members - $125
    Students - $25

For this half-day workshop, the cost is $100 for members, $125 for nonmembers, and $25 for students (to qualify, students must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours of classes). Light lunch and snacks provided. Please let us know in advance if there are special dietary needs. Thank you!
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Training Request? Ask Questions First

This half-day workshop focuses on Performance Partnering with organizational decision makers and on re-framing challenging requests for training.  During the workshop participants will learn how to handle inappropriate training requests in a way that yields better results for the participant and the client.  Participants will develop skills using a re-framing exercise that allows them to become both consultant and client while practicing turning a training request into a performance consulting opportunity.

Because participants use real projects and people for all role-play scenarios, results are overwhelmingly positive.  This workshop allows participants to discover their own abilities as a consultant and equips them to develop the confidence to use them.

Performance Objectives:

  1. Engage the client in an open discussion about business needs and the performance required to support them.
  2. Practice and improve eight skills that will facilitate the re-framing discussion.
  3. Identify opportunities to conduct further analysis of the performance needs in order to identify learning needs.

Presented by

Mr. Dick Handshaw

President of Handshaw, Inc.

www.dickhandshaw.com

Real Learning.  Real Results.


Registration and lunch: 12 noon to 1 pm

Workshop: 1 - 5 pm



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