2012 Webinar Series
The Corporate Toolbox invites you to become a valued member of our community.
Even after 30+ years in HR, I'm still saddened when in boom times, organizations say ‘we have no time to train our staff' and in recessions they say ‘we have no money'. I built The Corporate Toolbox specifically so that no organization need ever say: ‘we can't afford to train our staff.'
For the past two years, we've been running monthly webinars but in 2012, we are taking the programme to a whole new level. We've organized a full year's worth of experts so you can plan your whole year's training programme.
24 April: Emotional intelligence with Dr Paul Robinson
22 May: Firm but fair: how to get the best performance out of your employees. Michael Smyth (employment lawyer) and Sharn Raynor (HR consultant)
26 June: Better business relationships using NLP with Mark Klasseen. Master NLP practitioner
24 July: Buyer focused selling with Bob Uruchuck of Canada (One of the top 10 sales gurus in the USA)
28 Aug: The downside of managing & the upside of leading with Catherine Palin-Brinkworth CSP (Australia)
25 Sep: How to deal with abrasive bosses with Fiona White
23 Oct: One false move and your business could be toast with Hannah Samuel, (reputation specialist)
20 Nov: The rise of entrepreneurship with Sandy Guyer
11 Dec: The learning organisation with Cherri Holland
Zig Ziglar once said, ‘There's only one thing worse than training your staff and having them leave, and that's NOT training them and having them stay!' We want to help you have motivated and engaged employees and managers who have the skills they need to manage.
Our added value via the webinars is this:
For those of you who have never attended a webinar, they concept is simple; at a particular date and time each month, enrolled users join a web-based seminar, where I introduce a topic specialist who will provide a short presentation with easy-to-use tips for your business. Then at the end of the session we take your questions!
Stand alone sessions will be priced at US$47; a miniscule amount when you think of the cost of one hour's training for an individual or team. However, if you decide to become one of our ‘members' the investment for the 9 x 2012 webinars will be:
US$327.00 A saving of US$96.00
This works out to be US$36.00 per webinar.
Training will never be cheaper than this.
(We can organize a monthly subscription if this is your preferred option – Monthly investment = US$39.00 )
(One your payment has cleared we'll redirect you to set up an account where you can access all the webinar information, registration links & extras that we offer)
REMEMBER: As a valued member, you will be given a link to the recording of each session, so you can listen to the information as many times as you choose, and you can replay the webinar to your entire team as often as you wish.
PLUS: You will be given access to one archived webinar every month – we now have 26 webinars in our archives and you will receive a link to one additional webinar every month
PLUS PLUS: We offer our members a storewide discount of 25%, on any product on The Corporate Toolbox site (including our licensed products)
It's a simple process to sign up and make your first payment. Then instantly we will send you a link to your first FREE webinar from our archives plus the webinar registration links so you can create your 2012 training schedule.
DON'T FORGET: You can choose your payment plan: annually, for US$327.00 or we can charge your credit card a monthly fee of US$39.00. And you can cancel at any time!
If you are still unsure of the value you'll be getting by participating in this fabulous webinar series, please feel free to download or watch our free sample webinar online today before making your decision!
And if you are still not convinced that training your staff is important, check out these stats:
• 22 percent of staff turnover occurs in the first 45 days of employment.
• 46 percent of new employees wash out (lose interest) in their first 18 months
• Companies that leave onboarding (what we call induction) to chance, experience failure rates in excess of 50 percent when it comes to retaining new talent. (Source: successtelevision.biz)
• A recent survey showed that 40% of employees feel they work for bad bosses. (Source: Professor Wayne Hochwarter)
• 40% leave their jobs because they have no opportunity to develop (Source: ihatemyjobnow.com)
We look forward to helping you improve your bottom line by helping you and your staff grow.
Ann Andrews CSP
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