“It is sometimes difficult to achieve a balance between your responsibilities as a supervisor to ensure productivity, and your need to effectively motivate your employees. Learning strategies for setting goals, designing attractive job positions, and establishing an organizational value system are all elements of motivational training. Employees who feel they are valued and recognized for their work are motivated, responsible, and productive. In this course, students gain a comprehensive tool-belt of motivational theories and practices.
“Meeting management strategies serve the purpose of obtaining positive outcomes from group discussions. There are many factors which should be considered before you hold a meeting in your workplace. Meeting management is about planning an agenda that will give you the best results from your time. As a group leader you must commit to making the process and content of your meetings purposeful and productive. In this course, students investigate techniques for solving problems, brainstorming, and sharing information at your meetings.
“The interview is one of the key elements of the job search process. As with any skill, we can get better at it with preparation and practice. Preparing for an interview means anticipating the types of questions that will be asked, to impress your interviewers with thoughtful responses. It is critical to demonstrate confidence in your skills and ability during an interview to improve your chances for success. In this course, students learn the most effective techniques to master their job interviews. Their training will provide them with a competitive advantage over other candidates.”
“Our Marketing with Social Media course is an excellent offering for eLearning! Join us to learn about making social media an integral part of your overall marketing strategy. You’ll have the opportunity to review what your business does with social media already, work on a social media plan, and learn how the 5 P’s of marketing relate to your social media plan. You will also explore social media utilization guidelines for your workplace, expanding your digital presence, selecting a social media team, and doing damage control.
“Your sales and marketing efforts are foundational for improving your customer relationships by demonstrating credibility through their actions, and quality through their product presentations. Professional business leaders need to know how to develop their company’s image while building their bottom line through effective, low–cost marketing strategies to improve their sales. In this course, students are taught how to identify trends in their market, as well as make timely decisions for marketing their company and products.
“Marketing for small businesses means understanding your environment, consumers, and how a small company can position themselves even in the most competitive marketplaces. Our two-day Marketing for Small Businesses courseware includes step-by-step lessons on understanding the marketing cycle, how people buy, strategies to implement on small budgets, and how to build a presence in the marketplace using traditional, Internet and Social Media marketing. The resources in this course give small business owners, entrepreneurs, and start-ups with everything they need to set up a marketing plan.
“The International Data Corporation estimates that by 2015, about 37% of the workforce will be mobile. Make sure you’re on top of the virtual workplace trend with this one-day training course. These comprehensive, customizable materials cover everything you need to know about developing, managing, and evaluating the virtual workplace. Topics include building a virtual workplace strategy, managing telework, building virtual teams, using technology, leading virtual meetings, and overcoming cultural barriers.
“As people’s expectations for getting their own way get higher and higher, perhaps you feel like you are dealing with more difficult conversations that you would like. We’re here to help! With this eCourse you’ll get all the tools and strategies you need to manage those difficult conversations. You’ll decide whether the conversation is worth pursuing, how to create a safe zone for speaking, the value of suspending your frame of reference, as well as a step-by-step process to make those conversations more palatable.
“We’re pleased to add this one-day cross-cultural management program to our course offerings, and we think you’ll love it too. We’ve designed an engaging program that includes information on key management skills (such as team building, conflict resolution, and talent building) with a cultural spin. As with all NETC Soft Skills courses, this package of customizable training materials includes a detailed instructor’s guide, student manual, handouts, a quick reference guide, PowerPoint slides, marketing advertorial, course outline, and more. We also offer this course as eLearning.”
“A professional trainer is only as good as the lesson they leave with their students. If the lesson doesn’t stick then the trainer has missed the mark. There are many types of learners and several types of methods to make sure the learners retain what they have been taught. It’s up to the trainer to blend the two fields of thought to present a course that is effective and that stays with the learners. This course helps trainers do just that. All NETC training materials are fully customizable.