Friday, 29 March 2013

National Learning at Work Day - Free Workshop

Peter Freeth to Support National Learning at Work Day this May

In partnership with the Campaign for Learning, Peter Freeth is supporting this year's national Learning at Work day on May 23rd with the offer of a free Genius at Work workshop for one company.

Learning at Work (LAW) Day is an annual awareness campaign organised by the Campaign for Learning (CfL) since 1999. LAW Day promotes and supports workplace learning events across the country, and this year’s theme is 'Many Ways to Learn'.

In partnership with the Campaign for Learning, Peter Freeth is supporting this year's national Learning at Work day on May 23rd with the offer of a free Genius at Work workshop for one company.

Peter says, "In any business, there are individuals whose performance is head and shoulders above their colleagues. They seem to have a gift for delighting customers, or motivating staff, or gaining commitment from even the most evasive customers. And yet, on the surface, it's not immediately obvious what they're doing that's different. If you've ever wished that you could get inside their heads and 'clone' their talents then this is your opportunity to do just that."

For Learning at Work Day, Peter Freeth, author of Genius at Work, and his team are offering companies a free training workshop for their business leaders and managers to show how they can develop the performance of a team or business by discovering and sharing talents. The workshop can also be delivered to a cluster of small businesses.

Visit www.askrevelation.com to find out more about Revelation Consulting Ltd and the Genius at Work book and talent modelling approach. Learning at Work Day is co-ordinated nationally by the Campaign for Learning as part of Adult Learners' Week

Friday, 8 March 2013

Corporate partners sought for book launch

Now that Genius at Work is out there and getting good reviews, it's time to run some book launch events, and I'm looking for corporate partners to work with.

The concept is very simple. You want to get your customers into your offices and you also want to provide important new learning experiences for your staff. So I run a workshop to launch Genius at Work in your office and you invite your customers and staff.

Simple!