ENGAGED, INVOLVED AND ENERGISED TRAINING
The use of a range of training techniques and styles which are designed to engage delegates and ask them challenge what we do how we do it and why we do it.
IMP believes that all delegates should own their learning and the outcomes of their learning so that they can more easily practice it following any training event. To this end the workshops are designed to be participative, interactive and thought provoking.
Training is more than just about learning new skills. It is about ‘hearts and minds’ it is about delegates being engaged, involved and energised. IMP firmly believes that any learning event should not be just another day in the office.
That is why we encourage delegates to not just engage but enjoy in an atmosphere that is relaxed and right for learning.
IMP Training workshops are about preparing delegates for the real world. We do this by being honest, realistic and pragmatic.
We give delegates tools and techniques that they can take away with them and use on a regular basis. In short we put theory into practice.
Director Graeme Borrill has worked in the training & development field since 1995 having spent time previously in a number of operational and HR roles. Graeme started IMP in 2002 and in that time has worked with a wide range of organisations across a number of industries and sectors. He has built a reputation for delivering training which is interactive, thought provoking, practical and enjoyable. He is also a qualified executive coach. Graeme is responsible for the day to day running of the business and designs and delivers the majority of the training. When not working, Graeme enjoys nothing more than riding his bike, camping, and he can regularly be found at gig venues watching live music new and old.
Chartered FCIPD ACII
Les is an employment law specialist with 22 years’ experience in advising, training and coaching on performance management, discipline, grievance, absence, discrimination, redundancy, restructure and TUPE. Les is accredited to facilitate the SDI – Emotional Intelligence model, which is a globally used development tool which identifies personal values and how this drives behaviour and improves performance in all interpersonal situations. In his spare time Les is a semi-pro musician playing drums, guitar and singing in several bands, and he has his own garage recording studio.
WHAT WE OFFER
SDI (Strength Development Inventory) is a development tool for effectively and accurately understanding the motives behind our behaviour. By way of a simple questionnaire you and your team will be able to recognise the values which drive your behaviour. In doing so you will enhance your emotional intelligence and ability to communicate and handle conflict more productively. CLOSE
Training Needs Analysis
Director Graeme Borrill is an ILM level 7 coaching practitioner working with CEO’s, MD’s, directors and senior managers across a range of organisations and industries. The sessions are designed to be challenging and enable the coachee to tackle a range of situations that they face throughout the year. read more CLOSE