Created by Jenny Powell on the September 17, 2020
We’d talked about it, planned it, and sent all out the materials. We’d hired a well-appointed training room along with flipcharts, breakout rooms, and catering, all organised for the big day. There was even on-site parking. We were working with an ideal client, in an ideal environment, all set for two consecutive days in the classroom.
On March 23rd, the UK was locked down, and we could not deliver the training.
Created by Ben on the May 21, 2020
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to have a serious impact on society, the economy you might be having more challenging customer conversations than usual.
Created by Jenny Powell on the January 11, 2019
Towards the end of last year I was looking forward to working with the leadership team of a charitable organisation. The new Managing Director, who had recently joined the business, knew that the established, experienced team he had in place could be even more effective, productive and fulfilled, if they worked together better. The very […]
Created by Jenny Powell on the February 26, 2020
Buying in training is a commitment, especially if you are a large, international company. There is so much to get right if the training is to be a success. You and your training supplier need to: Define the key learning outcomes. Involve key stakeholders across your various regions. Extrapolate client-specific examples and activities that will […]
Created by Ben on the December 16, 2019
Miradorus is delighted to donate to Tempus Novo this Christmas. Tempus Novo is an award-winning charity that works with serving prisoners and ex-offenders, helping place them into employment. Tempus Novo has a unique strength; its understanding and direct links into the British prison system. Founded in 2014 by two serving Senior Prison Officers at HMP Leeds, […]
Created by Jenny Powell on the July 10, 2019
When a client asks you to design and implement a skills development programme to support the delivery of a business-critical strategy in nine languages across sixteen countries in Europe, how do you ensure its success?