Why am I
not a company?
So, if I'm this good, and I have this much
experience, why don't I start my own training company? Others have.
It's simple. I know myself. I love to
do, not to provide other people who do.
Don't get me wrong. I like managing people, and I'm pretty
good at it. But I don't want to be sitting in my office doing
administrative tasks while other people do the things I enjoy doing.
I want to be there with you, working to give you the
results you want, consulting with you to make the best use of your
LMS, working one-on-one with your most difficult lawyers, teaching
your new hire classes, authoring and customizing your e-learning
courseware, or writing documentation.
If it means I make a living instead of a fortune,
so be it. It's a fair trade-off.
the way, I also do contract work for several training and e-learning
companies, all of whom I've found to be extremely professional:
Why hire me?
Why would you want to
hire me instead of one of the bigger training companies? Well, for
one thing, I'm one of the best trainers around. (See
And I'm a quadruple threat - good at training, documentation,
e-learning development and training management.
You're committing to
a new LMS, and you would like some experienced advice and
perspective to help plan your Learning Tracks, courses, etc.
You just need someone
to help out for a month while your trainer takes a long-overdue
You need someone to customize some documentation
and e-learning materials
You need someone to
come in for just a few days every month to provide walk-around
floor support for a new application
With me, you know that:
The person you talked
to is the person you will get (me).
You won't be paying
extra to support the overhead of a company when you just need
You get someone who
can do it all, and is not limited by a specific contract for,
for example, "classroom training ." I'm just there to
You get someone you
can talk to. My experience in all areas of training and
management gives me a unique perspective, and I'm great to sound
out ideas with!
(Sometimes, of course, a bigger company is what you need.
If you have a rollout in five offices across the country, you
obviously need a company with plenty of resources. That's not me. In
that situation, call one of the companies I've worked with, listed
at left. Don't forget to ask for me!)