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Nothing improves until something changes, but changing to a new training partner can be scary. When the classroom feedback you are currently receiving from students is decent, you may tell yourself, “I know it could probably be better, but changing to a new training vendor just comes with too much risk.” Finding the right training partner can be both scary and costly if you haven’t asked the right questions before hiring them. In this session, learn:
- Questions to uncover how well the training vendor aligns with your organizational needs
- What to listen for when the training partner answers your questions
- How to test their services with the least amount of risk exposure
- Learn why their typical responses to your typical questions could cause concern
Webinar: Selecting a New Training Partner is Risky Business - 5 questions you need to ask before you buy
Leveraging 24 years of corporate training and professional speaking, Russ Peterson Jr. will host a 55-minute webinar titled, ‘5 questions you need to ask before you buy' on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 at 1:00PM CST. During this complimentary, informational webcast, Russ will share the top five questions asked by prospective clients to determine if an outside training vendor was the right fit for their organization. Over the past 15 years iSpeak has been interviewed by selection committees looking for a training partner. Some of the questions asked are straightforward and expected. But in some cases, the questions were able to effectively guide the conversation to areas previously unexplored.
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