The Real Reasons People Leave Jobs

Steven has worked at the same consulting company for the past seven years.  When he started, he was a single man out to prove that he deserved to be on the partner track at his firm.  Over the course of the seven years, he got married, moved to a bigger house in the suburbs, and recently had his first child.

He’s never complained about his job or the money he made, but he’s noticing that things are starting to shift at the firm.  The partners are nervous about their ability to grow business in the slowing economy and the pressure is mounting for Steven and his co-workers to do more in less time.

The Top Three Secrets That Trainers Don’t Want You To Know

Training is a tough business. The old saying, those who can, do, and those who can’t, teach, makes an already challenging business something you can’t even be proud of doing. To protect their fragile egos, trainers have a secret language that makes them feel a bit more important. Sorry fellow trainers…I’m breaking the code of silence.

After 17 years of sales, sales management, and sales training experience, as well as having conducted thousands of assessments, profiles, and interviews to determine what separates winners from underachievers, I have come up with a list of the top three secrets that trainers don’t want you to know.