It’s been proven time and time again that we hear positive reinforcement and block out negative feedback.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
Carlton’s Training Solutions has implemented Whale Done and Would I Follow Me into their management training for corporate training. But the thought of sitting through a session can make one of these big corporations ask why are we paying when we’re yawning? That’s why this company has it made with fresh stories involving hilarious scenarios and killer whales. Carlton’s Training Solutions captured the fun of Whale Done and Would I Follow Me in a manner that makes management training fun.
Management training is daunting. Sitting in a room for a couple hours being told what you’re doing wrong and how to fix it is not any manager’s idea of a good time. What’s interesting about [Whale Done is that the message is to discuss what managers are doing great! That’s a meeting that will be standing room only.
And just like the managers, employees want to focus on what is right with them. So why not do it? As it turns out, not only do more people show up and listen, but psychologically it surpasses any negative feedback as far as turning around performances. So employees and managers share a lot with… killer whales? Yes.
Would I Follow Me asks managers not to be cussed out and told what they’re doing wrong either. This is one of those training videos that actually makes sense and tells a story. The manager gets to self assess where she is strong and how to use these strengths to improve.Ken Blanchard states, “It’s been proven time and time again that we hear positive reinforcement and block out negative feedback.”
With training videos like Would I Follow Me, Carlton’s Training Solutions involves itself with the inner workings of a company transforming their corporate training. They also provide career learning in diverse areas like leadership training, workplace violence, what is employment law, management training, team activities, how to open a meeting, trainer for trainers, human resource management, customer service videos, performance appraisal, telephone customer service training, and time management.
Carlton’s Training Solutions founded an organization on programs like Would I Follow Me and Whale Done for management training. But they also built a business on the people they feature in their corporate training like Ken Blanchard, Stephen Covey, Lou Holtz, Dewitt Jones, Catherine Crier, John Cleese, Morris Massey, Joel Barker, Ben Zander, Bob Farrell, and Tom Peters. To watch other programs, see subjects on management training or learn more about Carlton’s Training Solutions you may view their site carltonstraining.com.