In this week’s episode, we’re talking Silke Körner, Managing Partner of DEX Training & Consulting based in the beautiful city of Cologne in Germany. I became acquainted with Silke through a colleague of mine when she was working with an Austrian management consultancy and training company in Vienna.
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Karen Winfield, who together with Paul Findlay manages Professional Development Training Pty Limited (PD Training), a 25-person training organisation headquartered in Brisbane, Australia. Karen was very kind to give us her time this morning to tell us how she came to be involved in training and what has made her training business a success.
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Kevin M Yates, a learning and development ‘detective’ who prides himself on his renowned and consistent ability to prove whether training interventions have had a measurably positive effect on an organization’s performance.
In today’s episode, we’re speaking to Katy Caselli, an Industrial and Organizational Psychologist and freelance-trainer who is passionate about delivering training which yields positive results . Katy is based in North Carolina, and specialises in communication and soft skills training for a range of clients in the United States.
In this week’s episode, we are talking to Suman Kher owner and principal of Soft Skills Studio. As a self-employed Communication Trainer, Soft-Skills Trainer and accredited Executive Coach, Suman is highly-active on social media where she has seen a lot of success in attracting new customers to her business based in Mumbai, India.
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In today’s show, we talk to Andy Lopata, who has been described as the ‘King of Networking’. Andy has written three books and his third book, ‘Recommended’ is the subject of this episode. Can you benefit from learning how to leverage the ‘referred trust’ of your network and their connections? Andy will explain how you can make referrals work for you
In this week’s episode, you get to meet Bart Brammer, a long-time technology trainer from Tennessee USA. As Bart explains, he works 100% as a freelance Associate Trainer. Rather than pursue his own direct clients, he prefers to work with training providers who in turn hire him to to train their clients. Lots of experience and honest views in this episode!
In today’s podcast episode, Pete Starr talks to us about the path which lead him to become a successful freelance trainer. As we will learn, Pete’s journey was anything but direct. Pete looks back on a pivotal moment when he had to make a pivotal decision about the direction to go in. His kids were small, he had no money in the bank, he had just purchased a new house and his wife was not working at the time.
In today’s podcast episode, Ryan Varga talks to us about how he became involved in training. Ryan is a training specialist and is building his own training consultancy in Cape Town. His business works with a range of blue-chips in Cape Town including banks and insurance companies.