Virtual Training Programmes

All of our virtual training programmes are designed to reflect an in-person training experience. Content is tailored to the needs of your organisation and all programmes are delivered in a live, real time environment using a number of platforms including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Webex and Adobe Connect.

Facilitating Online Meetings

There’s no doubt that managing the dynamics of face-to-face meetings can be quite a challenge, particularly when you’re dealing with a hot topic or a mix of personalities with varying levels of interest and opinions…

Managing Difficult Conversations Online

Nobody wants to have a difficult conversation! Having a difficult conversation, by its nature, is about discussing something that can be quite unsettling, upsetting or unexpected and requires great empathy…

Presenting in a Virtual Environment

With the transition to working online, either full time or part-time, making virtual presentations has increasingly become the norm. As you’ve probably experienced over the last few months, running virtual…

Managing Virtual Teams

With a huge percentage of the workforce having shifted from office-based work to remote work, the way in which teams operate has shifted too. The speed at which this has happened, for such a significant number of…

Modular Format

Programmes are delivered in a number of sequential modules, building skills in a way that increases confidence and competence in internalising the new skills. This methodology also provides the opportunity for real time learning by enabling participants to complete assignments in between modules, practice the relevant skills in a structured way, reflect on successes and challenges and review the experience in a group setting at the next module.

Continuous Engagement and Learning

All modules are delivered using a range of strategies to facilitate different learning styles and enable continuous reflection, discussion and engagement. These include full group discussions, skills practice and small group discussions in breakout rooms, use of polls and chat box and visual collaboration tools including white boards and virtual flipcharts.