AchieveGlobal Zenger-Miller is an international consulting, educating, and skill development firm. They specialize in helping organizations--and the individuals within them-- transform vision into practice, and practice into measurable improvements in performance. By working as a business partner, they have contributed to the success of nearly half of the Fortune 100 and 500 companies.
AchieveGlobal Zenger-Miller focuses on enabling executives to effectively pursue their business goals through four proven strategies for success: leadership development, employee involvement, customer focus, and process management.
Businesses today are faced with preparing leaders for tomorrow. That can be a difficult task considering the rapid pace of change in today's business world. After all, who really knows what skills tomorrow's leaders will need to succeed?
Clients of the Business & Career Institute at South Suburban College are challenged daily by this dilemma. However, the Institute's affiliation with AchieveGlobal Zenger-Miller has given clients a head start at providing the highest quality management and leadership skills training available. Year in and year out AchieveGlobal Zenger-Miller courses are recognized as premier training in the areas of management development, interpersonal communication skills, leading and participating in teams, and organizing and facilitating successful meetings.
"One of the nice things about AchieveGlobal Zenger-Miller is their customized approach of helping clients solve business problems," said Denise Rzonca, Manager of Contract Training at the Business & Career Institute. "Because each of our clients usually has a unique set of circumstances surrounding their challenges, we need to be able to design training programs that specifically address those challenges. AchieveGlobal Zenger-Miller courses allow us the freedom to help our clients the way they need to be helped."
The Institute has experience designing and implementing courses for companies that want employees to learn how to involve others and help them invest their personal commitment to the organization; to generate new ideas and positive innovations within the organization; to build supportive teams; and to collaboratively solve problems with co-workers and managers. These are just some of the skills managers, leaders, and employees will have to be adept at in order to be successful now and in the future.
"Our clients have had terrific results with their employees learning these new skills and then using them back on the job," Dianne Needles, Workforce Development, Business & Career Institute at South Suburban College said. "After all, what good is training unless the person learning actually uses the new skills. I think we have a pretty good track record when it comes to transfer of learning."
Let Us Help You Meet Your Business Goals!
If you are interested in finding out more about developing leaders in your organization, please call . Donna Warnsley at (708) 596-2000, ext. 2627. Donna would be glad to help you with your training needs.