To give you the opportunity to get to know some of our topics and to give you an impression of how we work, we offer regular free websessions on contemporary topics. All you need to participate in our freelearning websessions is a computer with internet access.
Powerful Online Presentations: The 4 questions you need to answer 20.01.2020 11:00 CET
Employee retention: Principles of Motivation & Happiness 27.01.2020 09:00 CET
Getting your message across: Structuring your argumentation 28.01.2020 11:00 CET
Power Talking: What you say is what you get 03.02.2020 11:00 CET
Do you have unconscious bias? 10.02.2020 11:00 CET
Doing Business with the British 09.03.2020 11:00 CET
The websession to the book Virtually Disastrous: What you really need to know about leading across distance 16.03.2020 11:00 CET
Growing your training business: Marketing for Trainers 30.03.2020 11:00 CEST
On the hook: Effective openers for presentation & training 11.05.2020 11:00 CEST
The websession to the book Virtually Disastrous: What you really need to know about leading across distance (Due to high demand!) 20.05.2020 11:00 CEST at Zoom
Info Meeting: Our new programme Live Online Trainer / Moderator 04.06.2020 7pm CEST (Enrol here)
Situational leadership: Concept, complications and constraints 02.06.2020 09:00 CEST
The breakfast of champions! Giving & receiving authentic feedback 15.06.2020 11:00 CEST
Powerful Online Presentations: The 4 questions you need to answer
Delivering engaging, interactive presentations & websessions is becoming more and more relevant in companies today. In this websessions, we will take a look at how to structure a websession by answering 4 key questions to leave your audience satisfied. Furthermore, we will take a look at three elements for dynamic, engaging presentations & websessions.
Employee retention: Principles of Motivation & Happiness
The war for talents is increasing. Many organisations struggle to keep good co-workers and maintain motivation. In this free learning websession you will gain an insight into which factors determine motivation & happiness in yourself and others as a foundation for your retention strategy.
Getting your message across: Structuring your argumentation
In this free learning websession you will gain an insight into three ways to structure fact-based messages and argumentation to get your message across clearly and concisely.
Power Talking: What you say is what you get
Would you like to change your communication patterns to increase your motivation of yourself and others? Power Talking is an approach which uses common words to create uncommonly positive outcomes, developed in the USA by George Walther. In this websession we’ll take a look at power talking and how it can impact, motivate influence ourselves and those we work with and lead.
Do you have unconscious bias?
In this interactive freelearning websession you will learn how implicit, unconscious bias influences your daily business. You will discover how your brain often tends to make shortcuts which lead to wrong wrong interpretations and poor decision.
Doing Business with the British
In this free learning websession you will gain an insight into some of the primary differences between German and British culture for the workplace and the business context. How working styles and communication styles differ and what this may mean for your cooperation with British colleagues and counterparts.
The websession to the book Virtually Disastrous: What you really need to know about leading across distance
Most virtual teams struggle to achieve high performance. Many team members and leaders are frustrated by the poor results their teams achieve. It doesn’t have to be that way! In this free learning websession we will take a look at the challenges of working with and leadership and you will receive practical advice on how your virtual team can improve commitment and performance.
Growing your training business: Marketing for Trainers
Many freelance trainers struggle to innovate, to win direct customers and rely heavily on word-of-mouth. In this freelearning websession you will gain an insight into how you can analyse your market potentials and how you can increase both visibility and credibility as two pillars of your marketing strategy.
On the hook: Effective openers for presentation & training
We all know the situation: You stand in front of your audience to deliver your presentation or teach your training course and you see that your participants switch off, drift away in their minds and stop paying attention. Or you realise that your participants see no reason to give you their attention. In this freelearning websession you will discover how to begin your presentation or training course to motivate everybody to follow you willingly and attentively.
Info Meeting: Our new programme Live Online Trainer / Moderator
Assist proudly presents: Our new programme Live Online Trainer / Moderator which will be starting in June, live and online! Join the trainer team Gary Thomas, Susanne Dranaz, and Hannah Lambeck in this free websession to get to know the programme.
Situational leadership: Concept, complications and constraints
Situational leadership is a tried and tested, valuable concept that enables you to lead your team members as suits their levels of competence and commitment. In this free learning websessions you will gain an insight into how situational leadership can work for you. Furthermore you will gain an understanding how applying this concept can be more complicated and challenging in today’s global organisations.
The breakfast of champions! Giving & receiving authentic feedback
Every feedback is a learning opportunity: Authentic, empathetic feedback is one of the most fundamental principles of leadership in a learning organisation. In this free learning websession you will gain an understanding of how to deliver feedback in a way which is appreciative, constructive, specific and helpful. Additionally, you will consider feedback from the recipient’s perspective as a way to enhance your ability to recognise your own blind spots, and take others’ perspectives on board as a means of personal growth.