The development of training professionals as internal consultants is the most dramatic change in the training profession over the past 15 years. The emphasis has shifted dramatically beyond the classroom to the development of strategic alliances with internal customers for improved performance and significant return on training investments. As management's strategic partners, internal consultants provide the critical expertise that management needs to determine how or if performance can be improved and organizational goals achieved through training.
This workshop is designed to provide the skills necessary to become an internal consultant in all relationships with time management, not just in the area of performance consulting. The basic premise is that training is a staff function and as such its primary mission is to serve as a consultant to its customers. This is the only workshop available that presents a comprehensive approach to the role of the trainer as an internal consultant.
This workshop is highly interactive, incorporating open discussion short participative lectures, group activities and role simulations. In addition the workshop in corporate Immersion Training – our unique approach to learning which combines skills and behaviors to create a simulation o f the real world.
Participants will gain the ability to be able to:
This course is designed for anyone who is involved in training as it relates to organizational performance. This would include training professionals, part-time trainers and organizational development specialists. We also recommend that the users of training - specifically line managers and supervisors - also attend to discover how to form more effective strategic alliances with the training function.
This course has no prerequisite.
You will receive a course binder containing a copy of the presentation slides.
The Need for internal Consulting
The Consulting Process