Evidence Based Improvement
The consulting and training profession is changing. More and more trainers and advisers are realising that their traditional working practices are rapidly loosing favour and will completely disappear in the coming decades. This means that trainers and advisers must now change and that is difficult because also professionals comfortably hang on to their routine of working with a proven traditional success formula. However, it can and should be different because success formulas of the past are coming to the end of their life cycle. As an adviser or training you achieve much greater impact with clients by using new methods and with significantly more value. Are you ready for the future?
Pioneer to a new interpretation of the adviser, trainer of the future.
Perhaps you have already searched through the myriad of online resources and the added value it offers for your work as a trainer or adviser. For us it was a similar challenge. As a pioneer with 20 years of experience in the consulting and training sector we have followed this path in recent years and built up a strong advantage in knowledge and experience. We know the pros and cons and what works and what doesn’t work in practice through application and testing and collective learning. What began as a challenge to provide one of our clients with a ‘100% online change-program’ has now grown into our core business. We power ahead in the area of Online Change and Performance Driven Learning. Both methods are still underexposed phenomena in the market.
Open invitation for advisers and trainers with a proven track record
We would also like to maintain our fast pace. Therefore, we are happy to share our vision of how the role of a trainer or adviser can develop vis-a-vis current online possibilities. Yet with advisers and trainers we still value experience in order to see what will become of our profession. You are most welcome to join us.
“The future is not some place we are going, but one we are creating. The paths to it are not found but made, and the activity of making them changes both the maker and the destination.”