Seed Vietnam was born to help organizations to transform strategy to results through people. Organization get results when individuals, equipped with the right skills, are energized to do the right things at the right time. People deliver results; it’s that simple. The cornerstone to any solutions is to determine what individuals have to do in order to deliver results. Seed Vietnam’s desire is to work closely with customers to define best solution for them. In order to bring best solutions for our customers, Seed Vietnam strategy is to partner with prestigious and global training providers.
Seed’s consultant meets with key stakeholders to identify the business issues, the current culture and organizational circumstances. This stage may involve focus groups, field visit, pre-mastery test or on-line assessments.
Our training and consulting honors Adult Learning Styles for full participation. Programs are customized, or blended principals so participants always receive cutting edge competence and knowledge.
Real skill, competence change only occurs when there is consistent reinforcement on the job. We provide the accountability and motivation for participants to apply new skill learnt after class-room training. This phase may involve focus groups, field visit, post-mastery test.
We measure the reaction of participants to the training by using participants feedback form right after the training. Again change only can happen when there is consistent skill consolidation within organizations. We provide consolidation package upon request.
Phase 1. Commit to learn.
The learner must be motivated to learn and to change his or her behavior. This phase succeeds when learners open themselves to new possibilities and resolve to master and apply essential interpersonal skills.
Phase 2. Assess current performance.
A carefully crafted survey helps learners measure current level of knowledge and application of a key interpersonal skills. Recognizing their own performance gaps further motivates learners and helps them focus their effort in areas for improvement.
Phase 3. Acquire knowledge.
Learners encounter the cognitive details of a distinct interpersonal skill through presentation, reading, discussion, observation, and analysis of realistic examples, simulations, and other activities.
Phase 4. Develop competence through practice.
The training of interpersonal skills requires rehearsing with humans – the intended audience for the new skills – in order to achieve competency. This real-time practice with another human being is essential to soft-skill mastery.
Phase 5. Apply new learning.
Integrating new skills into job interactions requires commitment. Managers of trainees can also reinforce and sustain skill application through coaching, recognizing skill use, and modeling the skills.