We'll help you put critical thinking skills on your 2019 training docket when you join us for the free webinar, Critical Thinking Skills: A Process for Better Problem Solving and Decision Making, where you'll be introduced to the HRDQ product Critical Thinking Fundamentals. This training workshop is designed to help individuals learn and apply higher-level problem-solving skills in a low-risk environment through a number of interactive activities.
Drawing on theory and research, this webinar will focus on helping you prepare and take action for the future workforce development. Keith Keating will discuss the concept of building the connected learner, share actionable advice on ways you can identify the skills needed for the future in your organization, and how to foster a learning culture that will motivate employees to develop those skills.
Join expert and co-author Dr. Judith Meyers, as she teaches the four competencies that are critical to cross-cultural adaptability. This webinar is based on the HRDQ product, The Cross-Cultural Adaptability Inventory, a best-selling diversity training tool that was developed in direct response to needs expressed by cross-cultural trainers and teachers for a well-constructed and easily obtainable self-assessment training instrument on cross-cultural adaptability.
Join training specialist Bob Pike for an informative webinar where you will explore the three formulas companies use to drive sales results. Attend the webinar to find out the meaning behind all three formulas and uncover which one outperforms the others by more than two-to-one -- the one he has been using for decades to help clients get massive results from their training, their sales meetings, and their contests.
In this webinar, internationally-renowned learning consultant, Will Thalheimer, helps attendees reimagine presentations from a science-of-learning perspective. In this incisive session, he will share concepts like screen geography, eye paths, and visual credibility while describing practical ways to get rid of all our bullet points, utilize white space, guide attention, and support our audience in remembering and taking action.