“The workplace can always benefit from intrapreneurs and their innovative ideas. Give your students a firm grasp on intrapreneurship and ways to embrace the process in their organizations with this one-day training workshop from NETC. At the end of this course, your students will understand the importance of intrapreneurship, know how to identify intrapreneurs and assess their strengths, how to develop and gain support for ideas, and much more.”
“Intermediate project management techniques are used by organizational leaders and supervisors who are responsible for carrying out the objectives of a particular project. Project managers need to be aware of planning tools to aid in the successful completion of their goals. Coordinating a team effort requires confidence and knowledge of best practices for task management. Project managers need to prepare and organize their employees for achieving success in their pursuits. In this course, students are guided to learn effective communication strategies for managing a project team.”
“If your students need to learn the power of persuasion and how to get the hang of it without becoming manipulative, this course is ideal. Rich with information on preparing for persuasive conversations, how to monitor and use body language, establishing rapport, structuring a presentation, and more, this course will give them a foundation in creating a persuasive argument. They will also learn the essentials of neuro linguistic programming techniques to help with extending their influence.”
“Your human resources leaders need the expertise to deal with the many employee relationship issues they face, and to make decisions that are both effective and legal. Knowing the best practices for human resource management requires business leaders to establish plans for interviews, disciplinary processes, as well as know the specifics of the compensation and benefits they offer their employees. Human resource management should be a top priority for business organizations, to help establish positive employee relations.
“Hiring people is easy, but are you hiring the right people? This detailed course will teach you everything you need to be able to say YES! to that question. To start, you’ll learn basic skills, such as using open and closed questions, designing different types of interviewing questions, and listening actively. You’ll also learn about the different facets of the recruitment and selection process, cost analysis, job descriptions, advertising successfully, screening resumes, checking references, and so much more!”
“Under the new Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training regulations of the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), which comes into force on July 1, 2014, all employers in Ontario must ensure that their Workers complete a basic health and safety awareness training program. This course meets this requirement.”
“This course will show you how to set goals and achieve them. We will start by outlining your values and your personal vision statement. Then, we will look at the ultimate long-term plan: the bucket list. Next, we will learn how to set specific goals using the SPIRIT acronym and goal setting worksheets. Finally, you will receive some tools to help you on your way, including motivation techniques, support system ideas, and strategies for dealing with setbacks.”
“Giving effective feedback is a challenge for many workplace leaders, despite the knowledge that people want feedback on how they are doing. This course provides a definitive look at the necessity of formal and informal feedback, frameworks for formal and informal feedback, essential communication skills, and six characteristics to effective feedback. Role plays are also included to make the training more meaningful and practical for learners. E-Learning facilitates self-paced learning on any mobile device.
“There is a lot more that goes into personal efficiency training than just time management. Personal efficiency means having a system in place to handle whatever life throws at you, being able to balance your work and your personal life, and being able to achieve your personal best. More than just a to-do list or a new calendar app, personal development training requires long-term commitment to really reap the rewards. While it’s a huge undertaking, it’s also one where the results are completely worth it!”