How do we define bespoke training here at Your Learning Days?
It’s training that is designed for an individual and/or group that specifically meets their needs. Material can be drawn from existing training resources but only after needs are investigated and defined first. Training is designed and developed around specific requirements defined and measures are in place to ensure outcomes are achieved successfully.
All of us want to be better at what we do and investing in training is important and can be expensive so we focus on the essential skills that bring immediate benefits at work and deliver results.
We offer individual and small group training designed to meet very specific needs. We recognise that people already have knowledge and skills. Our goal is to determine what additional knowledge and skills they need for changing behaviour in the workplace.
We provide an in-house training service that meets the specific training needs for employees, team leaders and managers.
Courses and programs available in-house include the following activity:
Contact us now to find out more about how we can help design, develop and deliver bespoke training in your organisation.
Do you need individuals to be more aware of their behaviours and gain an understanding of how their interactions may effect others?
Use Belbin to help you get the best out of your teams.
By assessing the behavioural contribution individuals make to your teams Belbin looks at how people behave in the workplace and which roles they are best suited to take on in a team environment- these are referred to as Team Roles.
Individuals complete a Belbin Self-Perception Inventory and this includes asking for feedback from their colleagues. The Belbin Individual Report that is produced will help pin-point their individual Team Role strengths (and weaknesses) and can be communicated and shared with the rest of the team for greater understanding.
By using Belbin, individuals have a greater self-awareness of their strengths, which leads to more effective communication between colleagues and managers. Great teams can be put together, existing teams can be understood and improved, and everyone can feel that they are making a difference in the workplace.