• The Art of  Persuasion is essential whether delivering a presentation, or writing compelling copy for your web site. Rhetoric is the art of speaking or writing effectively to achieve your desired outcome. This development activity supports our video on TEDED and enables you to apply the elements of influence and consider whether you are using Ethos, Pathos and Logos effectively to influence Take a look at the product: Influencing Successfully
  • Terrific Trainer Survival Guide 3 - A Free training tool aimed at developing trainers to make a positive impact with tips to manage their classroom activities successfully. This series contains great and guaranteed ways to engage participants See Terrific Trainer Survival Guide 2 Here:
  • Terrific Trainer Survival Guide 2 - Another great free training resource aimed at helping trainers to survive in difficult situations make a positive impact. This resource focuses upon building active learning techniques into the structure of the course ...techniques that I guarantee will maintain your audience’s attention
  • Terrific Trainer Survival Guide Part 1 - Another great Spectrain resource dedicated to helping trainers to make a positive impact. This guide contains effective and guaranteed ways to engage participants through active learning techniques. Check out our Managing Training and Development Training Courses aimed at developing the skills and strategies of those in training and development professions.
  • Tips for Improving Employee Performance How many of these approaches do you use to explore performance issues to enhance employee performance? This free product from Spectrain may simply refresh your memory of techniques that you haven't used for a while, or it could provide you with new ideas about how to manage a particular performance issue Take a look at Spectrain's courses related to  Managing People and Performance Training
  • Fifteen Employee Recognition Methods. A  free check-list of ideas on how to provide employees with the recognition and encouragement they need to continue to be motivated at work.
  • Both coaching and mentoring are processes that enable individuals to achieve their full potential. Both interventions share many key skills and similarities and yet they are different processes so it makes sense to outline those similarities and recognise the differences. This helps to ensure that expectations of coaches and mentors and those that they support are clear.      
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