Create-Learning has no “off the shelf” programs; while we have existing processes and models that are utilized in creation of our programs you will never have the same experience twice with us.

  • Team Building For Collaboration

    Create-Learning developed a twenty-hour team building program for a manufacturing organization. It was conducted over four half-days, and also included two follow up programs of two hours each. Twenty-five front line employees and ten of the company’s leadership team participated.

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  • LARGE GROUP CORPORATE TEAM BUILDING

    Create-Learning developed an off-site team building retreat for a state-wide company. The group consisted of 117 people from Buffalo, Syracuse, Albany and New York City, New York. Existing work teams were undergoing a restructuring and work was being allocated in new and different ways.

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  • LEADERSHIP & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR A RETAIL OPERATION

    Create-Learning was contracted to develop a Leadership and Social Development program for fifteen driven, focused and intelligent leaders at the director and manager level of a retail operation.

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  • MULTI-NATIONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

    This seven-hour program was created to complement a week-long leadership development program for a global manufacturing organization. The program was developed for a group of eight global leaders (two each from China and India, one from Germany and three from the USA).

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  • CREATIVITY TO INNOVATION PROGRAM

    Organizations that wish to remain competitive in the business environment must develop their capacity to generate creative ideas and then use their talent well to transfer these ideas into innovative practices. In addition to broadening their personal creativity and innovation, leaders gain the capacity to implement innovative ideas into their existing business model.

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  • Exponent Leadership: Team Problem Solving

    Ten months prior to my work with this organization, five of the key players on the 12-person marketing team had retired and 5 new people joined. The CPA firm, employing several hundred CPAs, had not grown for the past several years. The marketing process that they had used for many years was by now having only marginal success.

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  • Exponent Leadership: Managing Across Generations

    “I am finding it challenging aligning and getting the best out of my staff. My senior staff complains about these young kids not wanting to do anything, and the younger staff complains about how none on the senior staff want to hear their ideas.”

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  • Exponent Leadership: Recent Promotion to Management

    During the 4 months, reports were sent to Anthony’s manager. At the end of the assignment staff perceived his treatment of then as fair and equitable according to their accountabilities. Specifically, NO ONE saw or mentioned any reoccurrence of favoritism.

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  • Exponent Leadership: Entrepreneurial Woes

    The staff now had clear and distinct goals and tasks to be completed within time frames, allowing for great work and customer service. Sales had increased by 8% in the 3-month period.

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