Its a tough old world out there…
This is a fabulous way to show your teams that you love them and also to get more out of them.
Using Zoom and the short form Skill Shots is a fantastic way to upskill your team without taking them either out of the office or off the road or off the phones for too long – learn more here
Here are just 40 of the Skill Shots which are currently available from Budgeting to Workload planning…
We now have bespoke remote workshops which are designed to optimise learning, share experience, create a common lexicon for your business and forge lasting relationships and networks.
The workshops have been running in a variety of formats from 90-minutes to 3 hours dependent upon the subject matter and needs of the clients – that is the beauty of Zoom, the format is flexible
The workshops still include all the learning principles, tools and systems which deliver results. They are fun, challenging, inclusive and stretching, with the full MT1A backup and a ‘Play books’ to work through to apply to the delegate’s own day jobs.
On top, there is usually about 60 minutes homework after each session to promote embedding and to ensure the playbook is updated for their specific job or role. The workshops can be designed to include more self-learning, for those with a more inquisitive mindset [background subject matter watching or reading lists]and for those with a more minimalistic fact-based aspirations, playbooks and set tasks.
List of Skill Shots
Budgeting / Forecasting
Building a business plan
Business priority for growth
Communication skills – Presentations – Written – e-mail
Cost benefit analysis
Customer address strategies
Interpersonal styles and how to optimise them
Key Performance Indicators [KPI’s] to drive your business
Managing vs Leading
Market pricing strategies
Objective setting for personal or business growth
Risk Analysis Planning
Time Management / Optimising your time
Training the trainer
The short format workshops can also be incorporated into team meetings.
If you would like more info, then give me a shout. [here]