Monarch Point Consulting Group
Business Management Consulting

Corporate Training

CORPORATE TRAINING

Improving Organization’s People through specialized Training, coursework, and Seminars

What do all the best and most profitable companies in the world have in common? They have great teams. Even if every other business function in your company is perfect, it will be worthless if your company’s employees are not operating at their best. Many leaders know this, and the wisest continually invest in further training for their teams. With so many training firms out there offering a wide variety courses, we focus on a niche group of courses and seminars that develop both hard and soft skills to help teams operate more efficiently on both the sales floor and the c-suite.

Our instructor’s have years of experience teaching in both a university setting as well as corporate environments. Their teaching style is distinctive blend of lectures, discussions and case studies, using examples drawn from personal experience of the instructor and other students. This ensures students are both engaged and entertained, and the course material is more easily retained and put to use the moment they step outside the classroom.

Our training models are simple and though the subject material is always the same, each course can be structured to suit your unique goals, requirements, and time constraints. Please get in touch to discuss your needs in more detail.


COURSE OFFERINGS


Decision Making Made Easy

Making complex decisions is incredibly difficult, especially when the risk is high and substantial amounts of capital is on the line. Whether you’re deciding on selecting a multibillion dollar acquisition target with a host of options, or simply deciding whether to have a salad or burger for lunch, this course introduces a fun, creative, and structured way of compiling and analyzing both qualitative and quantitative data to help students make complex decisions in a simple manner.


Strategic Planning and Organization

Strategic planning is not only for military leaders, c-suite executives, and project managers. Employees at any level of a corporation can benefit from strategic planning training. This course will instill strategic planning and organization methodologies that enable students to anticipate outcomes, create timely & effective backup plans, and critical thinking skills to adapt to rapidly changing variables once a plan is in action.


Creative Problem-Solving Methodologies

One need not be blessed with highly complex analytical abilities and mathematics to be a great problem solver. Fortunately this is a subject that can be taught and is applicable to many situations throughout an organization. In this course, we outline some common and not so common problem solving methodologies to help students overcome some of the most complex and some of the most simple problems. Students will then put this knowledge to use in an interactive team exercise used to solve a real world problem faced by a modern day company.


Negotiation Strategies

There are many self-proclaimed “experts” in the area of negotiation, and university’s often dedicate entire semesters to teaching on the subject. However, the subject of negotiation does not need to be so complicated as it’s made out to be. This highly interactive course gets back to the basics by teaching students how to achieve optimal outcomes by breaking down multiple negotiation situations and strategies. Students will have both the mindset and tools needed to prepare their negotiation strategy before the actual meeting, so that the discomfort, guess work, and error is taken out of the equation.


Building Effective Presentations

Presentations are an incredibly significant part of conducting business. Whether used to create a pitch book to raise capital, drafting a research presentation summarizing a detailed analysis, proposing an M&A strategy, and everything else in between, presentations are never one-size-fits-all. This course will cover presentation best practices and the different types of presentations to cover a wide variety of uses throughout all levels of an organization regardless of industry. Upon completion, students will be better equipped to understand their audience and tailor their presentations to reach their audience more effectively.


Establishing Continual Improvement

“Continual Improvement” is a popular phrase being thrown around startups and well-established corporations these days, and that is because leaders know that in order to remain competitive, they must always be innovating their products, services, and processes. This course is designed to introduce “Continual Improvement” throughout all levels of a team as both a methodology and a mindset, with the end goal of minimizing the fear of change and helping the organization as a whole become more competitive and profitable.


The Entrepreneurial Mindset

Successful entrepreneurs embody several key traits, some of which they are born with, such as dedication, intellect, passion and, of course, luck. Other entrepreneurial traits can be taught, and that is exactly the purpose of this course. Whether students are part of a large corporation or members of a founding team at a startup, this course will teach students how to put the odds of success in their favor by implementing specific practices, habits, and procedures that have helped many successful startups in the past become multinational companies. Students will leave the course feeling more confident in their ability to overcome daily obstacles and make a positive, lasting impact on their team and their company overall.


Project Management Basics

Waterfalls, AGILE, SCRUM, Trello, Jira, Asabna, Basecamp…what does it all mean? This course is meant to provide an introduction to Project Management principles, with coursework covering different project management methodologies, and strategies on how to effectively outline, assign, and accomplish tasks under tight deadlines and constraints. The course will also offer a comparative analysis of popular project management systems and how to select the most appropriate option depending on your specific project and company culture, budget, and other unique requirements.