Stage 1 - Invest time with the client in advance to understand their
culture, needs and outcomes.
Stage 2 - Use Training Needs Analyses, one-to-one
meetings with a selection of the target group and also discuss the
training issues with the relevant
managers using the unique Manager’s Perception Survey Analysis.
Stage 3 - Produce a ‘Training Assessment Report’ document
for the client. This allows detailed discussions of the training needs
to take place between the client’s managers and the Sanderson
Stage 4 - Produce high quality tailored reference
books including real life case studies, exercises and any other
relevant documentation for
each delegate to use during the programme and retain after the
programme is complete.
Stage 5 - Run the training programme using an
interactive style, which may include self-analysis questionnaires,
and continuous feedback throughout. Personal Action Plans are
set at the end of each session. At the start of each new session,
are encouraged to discuss the results (good or bad) of how they
applied the new skills.
Stage 6 - On completion of the training
programme, agreed follow up sessions are discussed. These can
be via the telephone, one-to-one
coaching or small group workshop activities.