One of the biggest mistakes organizations make is providing either no training, the wrong training or ineffective training to its teams.
Teaching people skills they can apply in their profession is without a doubt part science, part artistry. Developing a program to allow a variety of learning skills, experience backgrounds, education levels and generational gaps to be trained at a high level requires experience in both theories of learning as well as practical application.
Kevin White has served on various curriculum development teams at institutions such as New York University and Johnson & Wales University. He is involved in the creation and analysis of on line learning through his work at the Event Leadership Institute. And he has been a lecturer and adjunct professor at universities throughout the United States. Coupling this experience with his long-term involvement in corporate development programs and Kevin has amassed a strong background in adult-level training.
"Our team is so grateful to be working with Kevin. He has not only taken the time to get to know our team, but our organization and target audience to which he tailored his presentations." L.K. - Wounded Warrior Project
A typical training program launch begins with several steps:
- Full vetting of training outcomes
- Immersive audit of intended audience
- Analysis of resources applicable to training
- Co-creation of curriculum & content
- Strategic build of the learning schedule
It's easier than you think. The hardest part is committing to advancing.
Some of our training clients have included: