PSC PRAGMATICS: Online Experiential Development
Progressive Success Corporation has designed and created a dynamic, hands-on approach to human resource development training called Pragmatic Experiential Development. It’s a practical, no nonsense methodology that involves facilitated participant engagement in hands-on, fun, and challenging exercises to resolve issues and build viable solution alternatives.
Join the thousands of participants in Progressive Success courses who have reaped the benefits of
Pragmatic Experiential Development in the classroom, resolving real-time workplace problems as case studies and taking answers to those problems back to work! The facilitator guides your development process while you roll your sleeves up and tackle the work. Pragmatic training is always relevant, never generic, and immediately applicable in your workplace because you work with your own live issues. You too will leave our training satisfied that it’s the best you have ever experienced!
The PSC Pragmatics approach promises that:
- Your experience will be relevant to your specific needs.
- You will be challenged by the exercises and leave with useful results.
- You’ll get an excellent return on investment of your time and expense.
- Your development will be practical and memorable … and perhaps even life-changing.
Customized Topic Requests for Online Training
We are gradually bringing new and relevant topics to our online training as listed below. However, if you have a special topic need, would like a custom-designed online training course, or would like a course reserved for your personnel only, please contact us via email at psc.rsw [at] verizon [dot] net or use one of our convenient information request forms. We will tailor a course, complete with handout materials, that covers your requirements and schedule the training to fit your work schedule.
The PSC Pragmatics Series – Courses open for registration now!
Progressive Success is now bringing our dynamic classroom experience to cyberspace! Go to our Registration Page now and get ready to experience PSC Pragmatics for yourself!
PSC PRAGMATICS: Fearless Counseling Skills (3 Hours)
Participants learn: How to use a logical counseling process; how to create a positive counseling atmosphere, the critical aspects of counseling, how to define counseling; to recognize the 12 major problems counselors encounter; to use 7 counseling techniques to create positive results.
PSC PRAGMATICS: Meeting Leadership: Controlled & Efficient (3 Hours)
Participants learn how to: Develop good meeting objectives; establish the audience, time, and place; develop an agenda; facilitate participation, manage discussions; control difficult people; make closing remarks, create the minutes; and follow up.
PSC PRAGMATICS: Multi-Generational Management (3 Hours)
Participants learn: Why valuing diversity is important, how to manage and motivate today’s age diverse workforce of Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials; to use the fundamental differences in people in a positive way, the dangers of stereotyping, what diversity brings to the workplace, how to respond to inappropriate comments, diversity’s role in communication and leadership.
PSC PRAGMATICS: New Supervisors Workshop (9 Hours)
Participants learn how to: establish vision; get employees to embrace the vision; develop plans; communicate with employees; motivate employees; empower employees; and build teams.
*Registration Bonus: Pragmatics Plus Sessions
Your ROI includes a generous free hour of additional talk-time with the facilitator after your session! You’ll be able to ask questions, discuss issues with session peers, and take away valuable additional knowledge to initiate and execute best practices at work!
New for 2014!
PSC PRAGMATICS: Advanced Leadership Essentials (24 Hours)
Comprehensive experiential development series empowering managers, team leaders, and supervisors to envision, communicate, plan, and motivate. 24 fully packed hours of hands-on development in eight 3-hour modules. *Registration Bonus: 2-Hour Managers’ Pragmatics Plus Symposium!