Generally, corporate training is boring.
There are several reasons that this is the case, but one of the main ones is that the people you’re training don’t want to be there.
How can you surprise your trainees with an enjoyable and memorable experience?
Today, I talk about just that.
So, I discuss the fun of being in a room where the people actually want to be there and have skin in the game.
And, I talk about how you can make the corporate training room one of these rooms.
Then, I briefly talk about dealing with negativity from your trainees, and I note the power of an emotional, often humorous, connection in creating an experience that people don’t feel like they have to just endure.
“You can start to make a name for yourself by providing the staff with an enjoyable learning experience which doesn’t just tick boxes, but that tickles funny bones too.” – Matthew Kimberley
This week on Book Yourself Solid® Marketing For Coaches Podcast:
- The experience of being in a room where the people want to be
- The value of an emotional connection
- The power of making them laugh
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