This is why we:
- establish close cooperation with the executives of participants, as well as our clients’ HR specialists in the course of developing our training – we never use “ready-to-eat” trainings;
- break development programs down into modules, that the realization of tasks defined by participants, trying out specific behaviors as well as the follow-up of these modules at the following session could happen;
- conduct role plays based on situations provided by participants, and we process actual situations;
- build on the experience we have gained from more than one thousand trainings we have held.
Our array of trainings is enriched by executive and collegial series trainings assisting culture change, by the localization and implementation of centrally developed programs for multinational organizations, by our long-term partnerships aiming at developing certain skills, as well as our trainings developed for unique situations and teams.
Skills Development Programs for Executives
Executive skills development is one of the strengths of Concordia. We have programs customized to the situation of chief executives, mid-level managers and beginner executives. For our approach to executive development as well as the most important topics within executive development, please see the menu item Management Development.
Skills Development Programs for Colleagues
No matter what kind of an organization we work with, analyzing its operation will always uncover – general or specific – problems, areas to develop, we meet all too often. We can help non-executive staff members perform their work in a more efficient way, communicate in a smoother and more effective way, and work more efficiently both alone and in groups. We can also promote trust and develop inter-departmental cooperation.
Training topics are always formulated on the basis of the preliminary assessment of needs in order to ensure that the program focuses on the fields most relevant for the participants.
In our tailor-made trainings we use the following themes most frequently
(in alphabetical order):
Assertiveness, Becoming a Coaching-type Manager, Beginner Manager, Body Language, Chairing a Meeting, Change Management – Change Leadership, Client-Centeredness and Client Management, Communication, Conflict Management, Cooperation, Creative Problem Solving, Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Empowerment, Delegation and Authorization, Presentation training, Leaders from Professionals, Motivation and Leadership, Negotiation Techniques, Performance Evaluation, Power-Influence-Management, Sales Training, Stress Management, Team Building, The Communicating Manager, The Developer Manager, The Exemplary Leader, Time Management.
We also deliver Train-the-Trainer Training and Workshop Facilitator Training on request