In today’s A/E/C workplace, it is not enough to be proficient in a single skill. Technical professionals who want to get ahead must be able to convey their expertise effectively, whether in a proposal, team interview, or business development conversation.
The million-dollar question is: How do you gain and improve those skills for the long run with limited time? Interactive group learning is the answer.
How We Work
We have developed and perfected a proven methodology for managing complex group learning that balances the needs of the presenter – to impart information and ideas – with the listeners’ need to express their viewpoints.
Video feedback helps our clients generate dynamic presentations and understand how they did it. This – in combination with streamlined, active learning teaching techniques – helps smart people learn quickly. And because JTG sessions are custom and interactive, there is an opportunity for sharing techniques and approaches that brings out the best in technical professionals and creates a more cohesive team.
“Trans-informative” is the best word to describe the information you taught and the suggestions you made to improve my presentation content, as well as the content of others. Yes, that is a new word I made up to convey a positive transformation by way of new and meaningful information.
— Tyler Tonkin, Senior Project Manager, Principal | GLY Construction
From Boomers to Millennials
We work with both novice and seasoned technical professionals, empowering them with the knowledge and tools they need to “express their inner genius” effectively. In JTG’s programs, our clients glean not only the information and content they need to perform at a higher level, but how to:
- Become attuned to their intuition.
- Sharpen their listening skills.
- Develop strategies they hadn’t considered.
- Advance their emotional intelligence.
- Give and receive constructive criticism.
- Contribute their expertise to the team.
- Build their confidence to take risks.
As a result, your firm attracts the best new team members, retains good employees, builds strong teams, brings in new clients, and wins projects.