Learning Is a Lifelong Process
With the pace of change surging
around us, the premise that learning is a lifelong process, with
the road to success always under construction, becomes doubly
important. Learning can take place in many different places,
forums, ways, and styles.
The need for adults to rapidly
learn and adapt to changing skills, workplace environments,
people, attitudes and stress is critical to growth and
success. Today’s learners must quickly “connect and relate” to
what they are learning and be able to apply these new skills and
tools directly to their lives.
Furthermore, the new generation
of workers wants a constant challenge as well as opportunities
to continually update their skill sets. This generation
recognizes the importance their updated skill sets are to their
personal marketability. To retain these workers, businesses
today are recruiting with “knowledge development allowances” as
part of their hiring packages.
Both Carol Kivler and Lynette
dedicated to educating, inspiring, and training workers for new
and unique skill sets needed in the workplace of the 21st
century. The twenty five hundred training programs, workshops,
and seminars that Kivler Communications has provided since 1974 focus on very contemporary issues often not found in
formal classrooms or textbooks. These customized learning forums
include topics such as, Grammar for Grownups, Managing Multiple
Priorities, Writing for Results, Handling Difficult People,
Superior Customer Service, Balancing Home & Career, Successful
Supervision, Communicating Effectively with Others, and Managing
Conflict. Seminars and
trainings have been provided to corporations, government agencies, colleges and
universities, non-profits and everyone in between.
Once a business contacts Kivler
Communications, a needs assessment is completed to determine if
training is the intervention needed. If it is, interviews with
several managers and employees are conducted to help in the
customized program development.
Kivler Communications is known
in the training field for “training with a personal touch.” That
personal touch comes to life with the exercises and case studies
designed specifically for any given business need as well as
from “Kivlerisms” used within the training design.
When either you or your
organization finds yourself needing a “learning boost” to either
jumpstart new skill sets or polish previously learned skill
sets, Kivler Communications should be your first call.