Significantly more cost effective than traditional training, e-learning also provides valuable expert content that is relevant to today's career and business objectives. Zoe Training, in partnership with Powers Developmental Resources, delivers e-learning courses from Vital Learning, CRKInteractive, and Anderson-davis with a level of convenience, value and flexibility that makes obstacles to employee learning a thing of the past.
Also known as web conferencing, participants can get expert interactive seminars delivered right to their desktop through the use of web-based technology. Using their web browser, Internet connection, and telephone, they can attend live webinar classes offered by Zoe's online professionals. Interactive webinars allow participants to ask the presenter questions and get live, real-time answers.
Fundamentals of Management
- Module I: Setting Goals That Drive Results
- Module II: Coaching to Influence Performance
- Module III: Recognizing and Rewarding Performance
Tools for Building Workplace Partnerships
- Module I: Skills to Manage Conflict While Maintaining Positive Relationships
- Module II: Influencing and Selling Ideas to Others
- Module III: Win/Win Negotiation Skills
Building High Performance Teams: Capitalizing on Your Strengths
- Module I: Building a Great Foundation
- Module II: Negotiating Executive Support for the Team
- Module III: Building Relationships and Managing Challenging Team Members
The majority of our classroom-based workshops can be delivered in a Webinar format as a stand-alone session or as a series.Inquire About Webinars »
Blended learning uses a combination of delivery methods, including the use of today’s technologies, in an effective and interactive training program. It often mixes traditional instructor-led classroom training with other synchronous and asynchronous technology-based training deliveries or modalities.
Blended learning that integrates e-learning with traditional classroom learning can be highly effective for people who work at various locations, as well as for those with time constraints. Technology allows participants to access training modules anytime and from anywhere. The use of the computer for training is simply another avenue to reach participants who are separated by distance, and is an excellent medium for following up after classroom training.
In assessing training needs, a survey can be delivered via e-mail or teleconferencing. After the needs are determined, the training program might begin with a face-to-face classroom session for a specified time frame (often one or two days). The classroom session is followed up with further discussion and feedback using other technologies, such as teleconferencing and the Internet. These interactive sessions encourage the use of the skills learned and keep the participants focused on incorporating those skills into their daily operations, yet do not require additional time in the classroom.
For example, managers may come together for a classroom training session on team building and then follow up with discussions online and e-mails to each other and to the trainer to further incorporate and instill the skills and concepts previously presented. The instructor could describe a scenario pertinent to the participants/organization and assign the entire class or small groups to analyze the situation and discuss how they would use the learned skills to manage the situation. Participants would also be able to discuss their own specific situations and share options for addressing them with others.
Follow-up sessions could use various technologies. Participants could: