People Development

Training and people development of your management and staff has never been more important. The pace of change is increasing and training is one of the key elements needed to help people deal with change.

Still, why should your organization spend time on training when it detracts from other more pressing issues? Because, done right, training increases productivity and effectiveness.

“Alan Kay has been training our staff on using Solutions Focus methods and the results have been amazing. Today he returned for a refresher, with our staff teaching new staff who had not been through the program. It was a stimulating day. We realized how much we learned two years ago, and how significantly the principles of Solutions Focus have become truly integrated into the fibre of our organization. Most meaningfully, we are all using Solutions Focus to drive real results, to motivate each other, to improve relationships with stakeholders and to meet our organizational goals. Alan is an outstanding teacher, facilitator and coach. He has helped us transform our organization.” Margaret Eaton, President, ABC Life Literacy Canada

What’s the best way to ensure training and development will actually help your organization?

All change is personal – so, too, is learning.

We offer only one kind of training: the Solution Focus approach.

It comes in three flavors:

What will your people be doing differently after the training?

Think of Solution Focus training as the glue that improves organizational efficiency and culture.

What do you get with a Solution Focus training session?

Case: Evidence that this training works

Current public teaching programmes:

Alan Kay is a Solution Focused coaching trainer as well as a change management specialist in organizational and people strategy. Formerly managing director a communications business, Alan’s clients now cover a broad range of sectors. Alan’s Solution Focus work includes a number of his proprietary approaches which are featured in a variety of books and journals. He teaches executive development students at Schulich School of Business and at the Canadian Marketing Association. He is a founding member of ASFCT and has been peer reviewed.