TRAINING SOLUTIONS

Achievements

We Pioneered:

  • The first fully interactive training workshop in Lebanon in 1993.

  • The 1st training programs where role plays take the largest part of the training.

  • The first training on Emotional Intelligence in Lebanon early 1998.

  • The 1st Emotional Intelligence test (or EQ test) in Lebanon published in “Le Commerce du Levant” in 2003, and used in many courses across universities in Lebanon.

  • The 1st to use the famous “6 hats technique” – a tool for boosting creative thinking - as a training tool in Lebanon.

  • The 1st to include “Six Sigma” in management trainings.

  • The first in Lebanon to apply Balanced Scorecard fully to the Human Resources function in a major consultancy project developed early 2005.

  • The first training with outdoor entertainment in Lebanon.

  • We published the first articles on Management issues in professional magazines written as case studies. Many of these articles were used in many courses across universities in Lebanon.

  • The first “Humoristic management articles” in general purpose magazines.

 

We Created:

  • Cornered the term “Interactive training workshop” in Lebanon early 1990s.

  • Created many techniques through our training programs and consultancy projects.

  • Introduced many new techniques in most of the fields of knowledge related to Human Resources Management.

  • Created a new technique for training on Strategic Management and Scenario Planning.

 

Some Other achievements:

  • We coached and trained many professionals on how to become effective trainers.

  • Most of our business deals in Lebanon or abroad were made thanks to the active role that previous training participants take in the decision-making process of our client companies.

  • It was proven to us, time and again, that a large number of previous training participants still remember effortlessly what they learnt in our training sessions years after having stopped attending our trainings.

  • Moreover, these training participants still use techniques we had trained them on for many years whether they are working in Lebanon or anywhere else in the world.

  • Finally, we are frequently informed that, in other trainings they follow whether in Lebanon or elsewhere, the participants find out that trainers still use many techniques that were learnt with us years before, and research documents we had also used.