Paradigm Learning Makes 2011 Leadership Training 'Watch List' for Second Year in a Row

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Paradigm Learning, a leading provider of business games simulation and Discovery Maps(R), has been honored again with a position on Trainingindustry.com's 2011Leadership Training Companies "Watch List."

The 2011 Leadership Watch List offers an objective look at companies that have demonstrated innovation and excellence in Leadership training

Paradigm Learning, a leading provider of business games simulation and Discovery Maps®, has been honored again with a position on Trainingindustry.com's 2011Leadership Training Companies "Watch List."

Paradigm Learning was first recognized in Trainingindustry.com's 2010 Leadership Training Watch List. Selection to the 2011 Leadership Training Companies "Watch List" was based on the following criteria:

  •     New and Innovative Service Offerings
  •     Unique approach to Leadership Development Solutions
  •     Commitment to Thought Leadership
  •     Quality of Initial Clients

"The 2011 Leadership Watch List offers an objective look at companies that have demonstrated innovation and excellence in Leadership training," said Ken Taylor, chief operating officer of Training Industry, Inc.

"Our Watch List for Leadership Training Companies includes some of the most exciting new companies and service offerings in the space," said Doug Harward, chief executive officer of Training Industry, Inc.

Paradigm Learning is a leading provider of discovery learning programs that develop the business-critical skills of managers and leaders. Leadership accountability, business acumen, change management, talent leadership and project management are just some of its subject offerings. Its flagship product, Zodiak ®: The Game of Business Finance and Strategy, has been used in the leadership curricula of hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies since 1994.

"More than ever, Zodiak is being implemented as the cornerstone program in our customers' leadership development curriculums, reinforcing to us that business acumen is a key competency for leaders in the organizations that we serve," said Robb Gomez, president of Paradigm Learning. "Our other leadership development offerings are also used extensively as part of corporate leadership development initiatives including Impact5: The Business of Leadership Game®, Countdown®: A Strategy Game for Project Teams, Mosaic: The Art of Talent Leadership®, Neon Buzz®: Lighting Up Organizational Performance, Right Turns: Change in Action® and customized leadership development Discovery Maps®.

"We are very pleased to be on (Trainingindustry.com's) 2011"Watch List" and look forward to continuing to provide excellent discovery learning based solutions in the field of leadership development," commented Gomez.

About Paradigm Learning

Paradigm Learning (http://www.ParadigmLearning.com) is a privately held company based in St. Petersburg, Fla. Since 1994, it has worked with more than half of the companies on the Fortune 500 list, creating award-winning business games, business simulations and Discovery Maps® to address companies' specific business needs. Its flagship business acumen training program, Zodiak®: The Game of Business Finance and Strategy, has been played by more than a million people worldwide. Other products address such issues as talent leadership, employee alignment, leadership accountability, building teams, project management and organizational change.

About TrainingIndustry.com

TrainingIndustry.com is a leading portal for searching and accessing information about the training industry. Providing cutting-edge information organized and aggregated into several learning communities, the TrainingIndustry.com portal spotlights the latest news, articles, case studies, best practices, and product and supplier information from and about the training industry.

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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