lv insights 120

You want your workforce teams to have the knowledge and skills to be able to continually adapt to the changing needs of the business, in an affordable and sustainable way.  How are you going to achieve this and provide evidence of tangible results?

Our flexible training workshops from LV Insights 120 provide organisations with complete control over the training content, delivery and frequency ~ which means better attendance on courses because they’re easier to fit in and around the working day.  Align training workshop choices to a business need for a specific group or as part of a generic programme roll out.

leadership and management  communication

Select from our range of 38 topic titles designed to support two of the five essential business-transferable skills: Leadership & Management and Communication.

Whether you provide on-boarding, training to meet operational needs, management courses, leadership programmes or simply want to support your talent management plans; these two skills are applicable at any level, in any industry, country or culture.

Design your own training package

We work with you, taking information that you give us about your business learning needs, and help you to choose the best mix of sessions from our three specialist topic areas ~ hover over each image for an overview.

Each one is 120 minutes long and can be packaged together in many different combinations and durations.  Here are just two examples of how a one-day package can be put together (right click to enlarge in a new tab to read more clearly).

example 1 virtual team management
example 2 single topic

Have a closer look at each session title and then send us a request with your choices.

Training Workshops

Team Development

An introduction to the skills that you will need if you are to effectively facilitate team working and group learning.

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Ensure a greater success in meeting your goals and KPI’s by working through, and with, the expertise and efforts of your team members.

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When working in a group or team, you may need to change your role in order to get the best results. Discover current team role thinking and how it can impact upon you and the productivity of your team.

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Your team already has many of the answers to current operational problems, if only you knew what they were. Identify, and then harvest, the collective intelligence within your team using some exciting brainstorming approaches.

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Whether you operate globally, or not, many people have flexible working arrangements; in other countries across time zones; in the same country, but at home. Learn how to work more effectively with virtual team members.

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Irrespective of whether your project is large or small; the three project tools and methods outlined in this short session can be used to help with analysing problems, planning workflows and monitoring achievements.

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Help yourself, and your team members learn how to ‘FLIP’ thinking and behave like an ‘intrapreneur’ translating creative thought into new, innovative practice.

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Safely address things that stop teams from being productive. Identify blockages and expose barriers in workplace teams, and work on the areas that will make the most difference, in the shortest amount of time.

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No team should work in isolation. Success comes from listening to stakeholders and interacting with other departments and business units. Create effective inter-dependency and joint working and see the difference.

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Why only look forward at what might be possible at work, when looking backwards can tell you so much more? Learn how to do strategic scenario planning by thinking back to front and exposing insightful revelations.

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Managing Yourself & Others

How to shift from operational management to more of a strategic leadership role, guiding direct reports and matrix teams.

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Learn some valuable skills in how to mentor others within your organisation whilst at the same time, gaining new insights into your own working practices.

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Take the first step into a management position and learn some fundamental skills that will prepare you for your current, and next management role.

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Use your current skills in a coaching capacity; guiding and supporting your coachees using a range of active listening and gentle challenging skills.

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One of the most important skills a manager can learn; especially in how to do it right so that team performance, behaviour and productivity actually improves.

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The famous Hungarian ruler of the Huns from 434 until his death in March 453, demonstrated powerful leadership traits that hold just as true today; so come and find out about the ‘Attila’ approach.

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It’s easy to delegate responsibility and authority, however you can never delegate accountability, that stays with you. Come and learn how to get the levels of delegation just right for your situation.

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Be the kind of manager that is seen in the workplace, but not obstructive. Be the kind of manager that knows what’s happening across the department, and has confidence in the team.

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When is good not good enough? When it can be excellent. Learn some easy-to-apply tools that allow you to analyse and benchmark your services so that you can make continuous improvements.

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DeBono’s Six Thinking Hats is a simple process that can help you become productive and focused. Come and learn how to redirect your thoughts when in conversations and business meetings.

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Can you force people to learn if they don’t want to? And if they do agree to change something; how do you sustain that behaviour when it’s only motivated by a desire to gain an external reward?

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Effective managers think things through and take time to put in plans that will eventually save time and avoid mistakes. Learn how to use reflection-in-action, and then pass on these skills to your team.

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Don’t let regulation strangle your own innovative practice, and that of your team. Learn how to work with compliance through the application of Appreciative Inquiry to focus on positive aspects and correct any negatives.

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Training Others

Investing in training your team pays back many times over, depending on the way that you approach this; done effectively, there can be great results and improvements.

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Learning how to run Action Learning Sets will enable you to start some in your workplace. It’s a powerful tool to affect changes in behaviour and improve performance.

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Identify different ways to do data collection and then how to present your finding of training needs, establish clear learning objectives and outline the scope of training.

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Designing traditional training sessions requires that the knowledge/skill that your training offers is factually correct; and is packaged it in a way that is easily understood by your learners.

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Effective online course design is more than just uploading video or class-based slides into a learning management system (LMS); it needs a framework and designers with knowledge of instructional principles and learning theory.

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Understand the benefits of blended learning and how to make more effective use of technology, class and work situations throughout the learning process.

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Reach learners who can’t attend class-based training, or those who work shifts, by using webinars for training purposes.  Done well, they can be just as effective, if not more so, than in-person training.

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Creating a podcast for training purposes is becoming popular; yet it requires decent equipment, extra software and knowledge of how to record and edit audio files.  Come learn the basics in this short introduction (maximum 6 people).

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Storytelling can help learners understand difficult concepts and remember complex information, as well as enabling trainers and facilitators to share their own personal anecdotes in a fun and interesting way, using an easy formula for story creation.

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This is an exciting approach that will help you to cut your training budget, yet still increase the amount of learning that is obtained, and used, around the organisation, with even greater results.

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4C/ID is a Four Component Instructional Design Model, used for designing excellent training content, based upon cognitive learning theory and is great for complex cognitive skills and task-specific skills.

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Action mapping is a streamlined process to design training in the business world. Its goal is to help designers identify the best solution to the performance problem, using challenging simulations as opposed to information presentations.

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TED-Ed can be used to create original lessons using TED videos, questions, discussion topics and other supplementary information.  Free to use, it can be adapted (FLIPPED) by users to meet their needs.  A great way to introduce new topics to learners in an exciting, curiosity-inspiring way.

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MOOCs, SPOCs and LAPs are a valuable addition to your traditional training course; many are free and can influence your overall training plan. Learn how to get the most from their extensive content to enhance your learning provision.

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A QR code is a fixed two dimensional code that can hold 000’s of characters of information, text, images or a website links. Easily generated and easily scanned with a QR reader.  NFC (Near Field Communication) can enable people to collect digital information from smart tags, and digitally exchange other pre-programmable (and changeable) data, with just a touch.  Both can be fully utilised in training, come learn how.

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Short bite-sized training might not meet your business needs right now, so head on over to Floor 4 for a more customised training design approach