Speaker: Tim Connor
Every day thousands of organizations waste money on employee development because it isn’t effectively integrated, inspected or reinforced. Every day millions of employees sit through training programs that they know are just the flavor of the month and they don’t take ownership of the material covered or apply it for the long term. Every year thousands of training executives and managers deliver training programs that just don’t get the job done for a variety of reasons.
During this session Tim will focus on one vital areaundefinedWhy don’t people use what they learn? There are two key factors that must be understood if you want your training to ‘stick.’ The physiological and the psychological reasons that contribute to why people either don’t or can’t learn or why the learning only lasts a few weeks.
- To cover the key reasons that cause people to bring closed mindsets to learning experiences
- To show how you can overcome these mindsets
- To get senior management to embrace and support the initiatives necessary to get long-term results
Tim Connor is the best selling author of over 70 books including several international best sellers, including - Soft Sell (The Number One Best Selling Sales Book In The World Now In 21 Languages), 81 Management Challenges, Your First Year In Sales, 91 Mistakes Smart Salespeople Make, Life Is Short, SOLD and Above Ground. He is the President and CEO of Connor Resource Group and Peak Performance Institute
and he has been a full time professional speaker, trainer, coach, consultant and best selling author for 36 years. Since 1973 he has given over 4000 presentations in twenty-one countries around the world to a wide variety of audiences. Tim has been a member of the National Speakers Assn. for over 25 years and he is one of only 400 Certified Speaking Professionals in the world, a designation given by the National Speakers Association since 1979. He is also a Certified MasterStream® Sales Trainer and ChangeWorks Analyst. Tim Connor, CSP firstname.lastname@example.org