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WhatsNext? - Priority Order ToDo List

WhatsNext? - Priority Order ToDo List

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Customer Reviews

Here are a selection of reviews for our training courses.

  • The course content was very detailed and relevant to the workplace. I found it all very valuable, especially the distinction of objective and subjective. The trainer's presentation was captivating, really engaging, informative and interpersonal. Giving feedback and interaction was relaxed and the course setting put me at ease.

  • Training course content was excellent, very pertinent and relevant. I have had difficulties at work recently and I could relate the content to those issues and rather than avoid, I now have techniques to resolve conflict. The trainer was clear, concise and professional. The concise material was relevant and summarised well.

  • I have really enjoyed this course and been inspired to improve my thought process in my daily work routine. There were several key points which will help me in the future. The trainer was very clear and well spoken, easy to listen to and made the course and task interesting.

  • The course content was very interesting, some methods and techniques will be used in the future. The handbook will be useful for revision. The trainer's presentation was excellent, good time keeping and kept everyone focused throughout. Frequent change in activities and relevant examples were great.

  • I found pretty much all of the content very useful. It made me think about things in a different way. Hopefully will return to this material and use it to keep thinking positively about all the forthcoming challenges. Chris presented very well, both clearly and confidently.

  • I found the two-day course really valuable and has helped me to have a clearer focus. The techniques and tips will make a positive difference. In particular the success formula and wrong box/ right box. Chris, the trainer, was outstanding, very engaging, clear, rational and positive.