In classroom and blended

Classroom and blended training follow the teaching method you can find on this page.

The courses aim at improving primary aspects of organisational life:

  • performance in managing a specific role or activities/processes, with a focus on interpersonal communication, resilience and effective thinking;
  • staff management, to improve individual and group performance;
  • the quality of organisational interaction, which is crucial for achieving objectives and generating competitive advantage;
  • the development of a leadership model able to support the company vision;
  • sales and negotiation, essential for gathering the desired results;
  • the management of critical aspects in the organisation’s strategy.

The blended training (classroom and e-learning) use e-learning courses to allow participants to acquire knowledge and management techniques independently, to deepen later in the classroom sessions.

The duration is presented in hours and can vary according to the purpose of the course: this is because all the courses are co-designed with the Client, to achieve specific goals.

The course can include 4-hour classroom sessions held 1 or 2 weeks apart, and online interaction with the teacher and other participants.

More in detail, for the entire duration of the course the teacher will assist the participants through discussion groups based on specific topics.

At the end of all training courses (in the classroom or blended), you will take an online test, after which you can download the certificate of attendance.

Now, here is the list of classroom training courses.

To learn more about the content, click on the title.

 

Improve your delegation skills

Introduction The delegation represents a critical point for managers and anyone in roles requiring interaction with a considerable number of people; this because the ability to delegate is strictly related to the performance in managing time and role responsibilities. Aims Helping participants improve the use of delegation, to enhance the performance in the management of […]

Tools and methods for developing critical thinking

Introduction Critical thinking helps you face challenging situations so that you can significantly increase the possibility of reaching your objectives and reduces the chance of falling into the trap of false information. In a world in which the quantity of information significantly exceeds the amount we need in our day to day personal and professional […]

Successful sales negotiations

Introduction. Sales negotiation is essential in achieving tangible results and increase turnover. Sales staff, managers and entrepreneurs are involved in negotiations in which mastering the proper techniques and employing the appropriate negotiating style help achieve the desired results. Aims Address issues related to negotiation models in which the price is perceived as the primary variable, […]

Time management: define your strategy

Introduction. Time management training courses are often limited to help you use the agenda and teach you more or less sophisticated priority-setting techniques. This training course deals with the subject in a completely different way, helping you to answer questions such as: How do I use my time? How many types of time do I […]

Building and managing a team

Introduction. The team building activity is a process of great importance since the team is the organisational unit in which people share different knowledge, skills and experience, to achieve specific objectives. It is, therefore, of crucial importance that the team building process is guided so that the objectives are achieved efficiently. The team can have […]

Learn to ask questions and get command of the communication

Introduction. It is a common belief that power is in telling others what to do. Actually, strength lies in knowing how to structure questions that can help you get the information you need and help you maintain control of communication. Who should take this course? The topics are of general interest: salespeople, lawyers, project managers, […]

Learn and use creative thinking

Introduction Are you born creative, or do you become creative? Is the widespread belief true that creativity is a talent given to us by mother nature?  Can we learn to be creative by acquiring specific techniques and using suitable tools?  We will discover this together in this training course. Presentation of the course Creativity is […]

Managing a change project

Introduction People and organisations generally claim a positive attitude towards change, formally considered an opportunity: is this the real situation? In the real world, deep-down change is perceived as something negative that gets between us and a situation which we have learned to manage. How to overcome this scenario? What to do so that people […]

Managing conflict through negotiation

Introduction. Conflict is a critical issue that primarily concerns organisations because it affects the achievement of objectives; for this reason, learning conflict management techniques is a priority for anyone interested in improving the business climate and the quality of results. Aims Support the development of negotiation skills that can help to identify solutions shared by […]

The foundation of leadership

Introduction. Millions of books and papers have been published about leadership over time; apparently, very few things are to be discovered. The concept of leadership is affected by many clichés; for example, the common belief that leadership is an innate characteristic of the individual: leader, according to some, you are born My experience as a […]