Dianne Gross Percy
Director, Business Learning & Development
Are you ready to become a better leader with our custom training programs?
We believe in learning by doing at Vermont Tech. That’s why we take a hands-on, results-driven approach to our business and leadership trainings.
Whether you’re an experienced leader or learning the ropes, we can help you grow in your career and positively impact your organization. You’ll learn how to:
- Navigate tricky situations
- Communicate effectively
- Quickly apply your new skills at work
See below for examples of trainings we can customize to meet your needs. We serve businesses of all sizes.
The Bandwidth Project
Learn how to manage stress, prioritize responsibilities, and prevent burnout in this two-hour training. We designed this program for those who understand that it’s time to let go of the “ideal worker” image; it’s not working.
You’ll want to enroll in this training if:
- You have too much to do
- Stress is getting to you
- You feel overwhelmed or maybe close to burnout
Register today and we’ll help you get back on track.
Great for: employees of all levels
Proficiency Based Leadership Series
Gain the skills you need to effectively lead today’s rapidly changing, multi-generational workforce. This one-of-a-kind training combines lively classroom sessions with practical, on-the-job skill application.
Each four-hour session focuses on a specific proficiency:
- Team Agreements
This training includes classroom instruction, group discussions, case studies, professional reading, and other interactive activities. We can customize this training to include return on investment projects.
Great for: leads, supervisors, managers, and upper level leadership teams
The Hard Soft Skills
Learn to effectively manage and motivate teams in a modern workplace. This four-part series emphasizes positive interpersonal growth and social skill development. You’ll learn how to:
- Identify and execute effective communication skills.
- Identify your conflict style and learn conflict management strategies.
- Practice and demonstrate giving positive and developmental feedback.
- Positively coach and motivate employees.
This training includes professional reading, individual assessments, peer coaching, and classroom instruction.
Great for: new or experienced leaders seeking modern, formal leadership training
Learn How to Sell With Confidence
Does your heart palpitate and palms sweat when you think about sales? Are you ready to increase your confidence and decrease stress during the selling process? This training will have you looking at sales through a completely different lens.
In these interactive sessions you’ll discover how to:
- Authentically connect with your clients
- Consistently create mutually beneficial relationships that will last a lifetime
- Increase sales with a win/win strategy
Sign up and start achieving your sales and revenue goals, earn new clients, and create the results you need for a successful business.
Great for: professionals who want to hone their sale skills
Solving the Mystery of Interpersonal Communications
The hardest skills in business (and life) are working with other people because everyone has different beliefs and a different view of how work should be done. It seems like a mystery, but it doesn’t have to be.
You can overcome personality conflicts and dynamics that interfere with productivity by learning how others like to operate and communicate in comparison to you. Using a TTSI DISC assessment, we’ll explore your unique work and communication preferences compared to others. You’ll gain new perspectives and the guidance that will increase your influence and success with others.
Great for: individuals and teams
Train the Trainer
Learn practical teaching skills to become an effective workplace instructor. Designed for employees who need to train others at work (but don’t have a teaching background), this program offers teaching secrets from an instructor with over 30 years of experience. Participants will learn how to:
- Accommodate various adult learning styles.
- Apply at least ten different teaching techniques.
- Engage reluctant or unhappy learners
- Create a mini-lesson using an instructional design model.
- Make continuous improvements to their lessons.
Great for: aspiring workplace instructors
For more information, contact:
Dianne Gross Percy