February 25, 2022

‘How to reboot training’ ebook has changed so much

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It means so much to get feedback like this…

“I read ‘How to Reboot Training Post Pandemic’ and enjoyed it. I was on furlough; my job didn’t exist in its usual form (there were no volunteers to coordinate!). Now we’re back.

Your book and wisdom have helped me to see my colleagues, to really see them.

As a school’s work charity, we are invited into our local secondary schools. With lockdowns and home schooling my colleagues had to adjust, quickly, to working alone instead of in teams, online instead of in person and developing Covid safe resources. They were amazing.

When we got back together to work, I saw that my colleagues had forgotten how a team worked. With your wisdom, I have engineered some changes, refocused some thinking and activities, and drip fed some much-needed training to remind them who we are and what we do.

It has only been in place since January. But it has already changed much that needed to change – mostly our own mindset! The feedback has been great. Better still their expectation that we will recover and grow well is H U G E.” Volunteers Coordinator

If you haven’t read it yet, download it here 🙂

My best wishes, Paul

Eva McCann

Sales & Marketing Manager at People Alchemy

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