Languages: English, Dutch
Price (from): €2,200Share Share
Frank supports companies with human and organisational development issues in the areas of management, human resources, sales, communication and cooperation.
He has designed and delivered over hundreds highly interactive training days & coaching sessions for companies like PriceWaterhouseCoopers, ING, Rabobank, Mazda, Hyundai, Q-Park, Zimmer Biomet, Bastion Hotels.
Entrepreneur and partner at The Up Company. Is a trainer and coach for more than 15 years. Often on themes such as personal effectiveness, customer focus, communicating more effectively, making choices from a different behavioural style, improving assertiveness, etc.
His motto is: the training or coaching is only meaningful if the desired behaviour is then created and permanently applied.
About the training
#Training The Trainer, 4 day Programme #Coach the Coach #Training skills #Training as a professional #Teaching skills #Inspiring training #Blended Learning #Group dynamics #Reflection and feedback #Coaching on training in your practice
After following this program, you will be able to prepare courses in the right way, to enthuse participants by what you say and how you say it. Of course you will be helped with working methods and you will gain insight into how to deal with resistance and negative behaviour. After this four-day programme, you will be able to achieve the objectives that you have in mind with your training.
You prepare your training programmes in a targeted way, convey your enthusiasm to your participants and you achieve the agreed goals.
You are capable to set up solid training programs
You make a strong statement as a trainer for the group and know how to deal with unexpected situations.
Not only do you work with the programme, but you also help participants to secure what they have learned.
The training is a mix of explanation, learning from each other and a lot of practical practice. Some topics from this training:
Which preparation leads to the best result?
How do I make contact with the group so that the group can learn?
How to work with result- & learning objectives?
What should be experienced by the participants in terms of behaviour?
How to recognize different learning styles in your participants and how do you use them in your training?
What performance do you use to convey the message and what working methods keep people engaged?
How do you train in an interactive way?
Do's and don'ts around role-playing and other working formats?
How to deal with resistance and "difficult" participants?
Securing the things learned