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Here’s what we pride ourselves at TTE:
Your time is valuable, and so is ours. We secure an understanding of your needs, keeping the communication lines open to ensure our work is in collaboration with your required outcomes.
Every business works with a budget in mind, so we always offer options that are suitable to your needs, desired outcomes and budget, putting you in control of the process.
Not all training methods apply to all teams. At The Training Establishment, we believed that a personalised training solution centred around an established method is required to target the needs of any given team effectively. Afterall, your team is unique, special and different – why go with an ‘out-of-the-box’ solution.
Ensuring we fully understand our customer’s needs and requirements is one of our top priorities. Through ongoing regular contact with our clients, we are assuring that all forms of communication are open, honest, clear and mutual, establishing outstanding outcomes.
Meetings. They’re a pretty polarising subject. Some people (and most businesses) place a lot of value in conducting and attending thorough meetings that occur regularly. Other people would gleefully drink burnt coffee for a year if it meant not having to set foot in another meeting. They’re too long, they’re disorganised, they’re boring, the information covered could’ve easily been an email…these are all common (and valid) complaints. The reality is, meetings are an essential part of almost any organisations—but they do have a tendency to go really, really wrong. Luckily, there are ample online resources to transform meetings from dysfunctional to optimal.
“To be, or not to be? That is the question—” okay, so that isn’t the question we’re asking in this blog post. But we are discussing drama, although the type of drama we’re referring to happens in the workplace, not the theater. According to a recent Wiley study that asked 12,000 people, “What is the first word or phrase that comes to mind when you think of ‘interpersonal conflict in the workplace’?” one answer was exceedingly prominent. Any guesses? (Spoiler alert!) It’s “drama.”
Here’s a hard business truth: No workplace is free of the ravages of distrust. Anyone who’s ever held a job knows the frustrations that emerge when coworkers don’t trust each other – the miscommunications, rivalries, inefficiencies, morale problems, and turnover that, in the end, distract people from their work and make life stressful. And ultimately, research shows, cost money.