Professional Development: A class-e Training Workshop

Professional Development:

A class-e Training Workshop

Class-e Training were delighted to be invited to deliver a Professional Development workshop to a Greater London-based energy consultancy. The management at AgilityEco were looking for a two-day training course for a hand-picked number of their junior staff who worked across different departments in the company.

From our training course portfolio, the company chose some of our most commonly delivered workshops. These communication-focused training days covered the Art of Diplomacy, Effective Emails and Effective Negotiations. Our two groups were colleagues who did not normally work together and found this opportunity to collaborate and share work experiences highly beneficial.

The aim of the sessions was to raise the participant’s professional profiles and to arm the participants with more confidence when communicating in a professional environment. We worked on increasing their awareness when choosing appropriate language and behaviour when dealing with customers, colleagues and management. The groups responded brilliantly to our interactive approach and with the small groups we were able to fine-tune scenarios to their everyday needs.

Feedback from the trainees was very positive and they all found something to take away to apply to their roles at AgilityEco. We hope to continue being involved with AgilityEco’s professional development program and wish them all the very best.

 

 

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