It’s a classic response – when times are hard, the training budget is squeezed. And when everyone has to focus on the operation, there’s little time to make sure they get training as well. However, there is lots of research to show that taking time out for training, even in short bursts, can boost skills, motivation and morale, as well as strengthening goodwill towards your organisation.
So, Cerulean has created Bite-size Learning – training sessions where we bring the learning to you in your lunch hour (or any other time that suits you), and share expertise in manageable portions for only £995 + VAT.
We do everything for you – marketing, joining instructions, promotional animated PowerPoint show, feedback forms and even free sweet treats when we are able to join you in a physical space!
Ask your learners to bring their own lunch, organise it yourself or ask Cerulean to bring it with us – then let us do the rest. You can invite as many people as you want and we will make sure we deliver a fun, energising and informative session to help participants discover new things, develop skills, and identify ways to apply their learning meaningfully.
Getting the most out of your team is vital to your organisation’s success. Our range of sessions will help you learn how to communicate with different personality types, deal with difficult behaviour and resolve conflicts at work, maintain the best possible working relationships with your clients and customers, and create a positive engaged culture.
These sessions cover a variety of topics, including how to work smarter and get organised so you are working as effectively as possible, how to manage your response to stress and build resilience, how to harness your enthusiasm and motivation, boost your confidence and emotional intelligence at work to improve relationships and performance.
Equality, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging
How can you create a more inclusive workplace? These sessions cover many topics, including the power of unconscious bias at work and why it matters, raising awareness of important issues regarding race, gender and disability awareness, as well as bystander intervention training and developing understanding of the complexities of the Equality Act, religious expression and philosophical beliefs.