Training Programs

TrainingAbudi Consulting Group, LLC offers a variety of half day and full day workshops to clients. All training workshops are interactive, hands-on practical programs that enable participants to apply what they are learning immediately back on the job.

All workshops include a participant guide for reference after the workshop and most all workshops also include templates to be used back on the job. All programs include an action planning component to help the client continue the learning back on the job.

For each client, Abudi Consulting Group develops a customized case study to enable application of what is being learned in the workshop to a “real life” situation. For organizations that include participants from a variety of business units, a more general case study is used so that everyone is able to relate to it. In such situations, the case study is still tailored to a specific component of the client’s business.

For those clients interested in only a topic or two from a workshop, 1 1/2 to 3-hour events can be held at the client site.

All training programs/workshops include Action Planning to ensure participants are able to apply what they learn back on the job.

Customized Training Program Development

Abudi Consulting Group, LLC works with organizations to develop customized curriculum to meet their specific needs. We follow a detailed process to ensure that courseware developed will enable you to meet your strategic learning and development goals.

We can begin with our own curriculum as a base, can design and develop from scratch, or can work with you to ensure your own programs are updated and more effectively meet the needs of your employees.

Having Difficult Conversations

Ensuring Honest and Meaningful Communications with Others We attempt to avoid difficult conversations; it’s human nature! It doesn’t matter if we are trying to resolve an issue with a co-worker, trying to solve a problem where we may not agree with a co-workers, providing feedback on performance, or negotiating with a vendor/supplier. However, avoiding is […]

Influencing Others

Learning to Influence without Authority to Collaborate More Effectively and Achieve Goals Description The ability to persuade and influence others in the workplace is necessary to achieve goals. We can’t possibly accomplish all we need to on our own and often the people we need to collaborate with do not report directly to us. We […]

Best Practices for Working on Virtual and Remote Teams

Surviving and Thriving! Description In today’s business environment when many employees work at remote offices or from their homes, it is essential to understand how to effectively work with others when you don’t see them each day and may or may not have even met them or have the opportunity to do so. The need […]

Improving Team Dynamics

Creating Success for the Team Description When individuals come together as a team, they take on distinct roles and behaviors. These distinct roles and behaviors have an impact on how they participate as a member of the team as well as has an impact on the other team members. If managers are to have success […]

Managing Unconscious Bias

Improving Communication, Collaboration and Interactions in the Workplace We all have natural biases – we are human after all. There are two types of biases: conscious (explicit) and unconscious (implicit.) These biases impact how we communicate and collaborate with others. In order to manage our biases, we must understand them and acknowledge that we have […]

Emotional Intelligence and Effective Communication Skills:

Building Better Relationships across the Organization Description Emotional intelligence combined with building effective communication skills enables for improved relationships with co-workers, your manager, customers and others within the organization. The ability to understand and control one’s own emotions as well as understand other people’s emotions enables for improvements in how we communicate with others. We […]

Manager Training Program:
Achieving Your Leadership Potential

Description Those individuals who have been in a management role for a number of years have increasing responsibilities over time. They may be managing a combination of individual contributors as well as have supervisors who report up to them. Their direct managers expect more from them overall and they have increased responsibility for developing operational […]

Leadership Skills for New Supervisors

Description Individuals are often promoted into supervisory and management roles from individual contributor roles without being provided the skills training they need to truly be successful in the role. While certainly these new supervisors will learn “on the job,” consider how much more effective they can be if the organization enables for some time in […]

Effective Management and Facilitation of Meetings

Accomplish more in less time Description Meetings are an essential part of business and may take any number of forms; such as a training meeting, problem solving or decision making meeting, project kick off meeting, or an information gathering meeting. Too often managers hear of complaints of too many meetings with little being accomplished, taking […]

Introduction to Systems Thinking

Description Systems thinking provides a practical method for solving and managing complex issues by looking at the “big picture.” By looking at the big picture, we are able to understand how the decisions we are making to resolve an issue will impact the organization as a whole over the long term. Through systems thinking, we […]