CUSTOMIZATION: IT'S ALL ABOUT YOU
All OmniSkills programs are tailored to the audience: the organization, the department, the team - and the people in the workshop on that day.
Nothing is delivered off the shelf, off the rack, off
the cuff, or whatever other dismissive statement you'd
care to insert here.
In other words, we can't provide training to you
until we know you and understand you.
That means we first talk with you about your group
and about your needs. Then we assemble your training
from our parts: we structure it, and mold it and shape
it and change it and coax it and add to it and subtract
from it and...well, you get the point. If this sounds
more like art than science, that's because it is.
WHY DO IT THIS WAY?
It's true: it would be easier on both of us if you would simply select a workshop and tell us when and where. But then two things would be true: first, we would look too much like too many other training providers who are not interested in whether the training actually works. And second, well, the training probably wouldn't work so well.
You are not generic. Your needs are yours and yours alone.
Sure, we do find similarities between groups. And while
no two groups are exactly alike, we use those similarities
to help us build better training for you. You see, we
learn from every session, and every session makes us
better. It's our experience working with similar groups
that helps us to understand how to assemble, modify
and apply our content to your group.
And yes, we do begin with the same raw materials --
our existing content and extensive experience. But here's the difference: we consider
that to be a starting point, not the end.
We're not imposing our content upon you, not forcing
our content to fit you. We're finding a match between
what you need and what we can provide. And if we can't
provide it, we'll bring in someone who can from our
large network of like-minded and equally-talented associates.
What you do next depends on the kind of person you
If you prefer to begin on your own, you can browse
our list of existing workshops and read some outlines, looking for something
that strikes you as the right place to begin. That's fine; we encourage that. That's why we put them up here.
Or, if you want answers right now, you can call us to talk
it over. You can reach Paul Reali at 336.926.8833 or 704.385.7371.
Or, if you just want to drop us a note (say, because you
are working in the middle of the night, when you should
be sleeping or writing the Great American Novel), you
can e-mail us with your questions or thoughts (or dreams
or ramblings or what have you). Here's where you can reach Paul.
Finally, if you're just here to steal something -- that is,
if you're doing research for your own training programs
and you have no intention of contacting us -- you should