Knowledge transfer is a constant in any organization, because passing along experienced-based knowledge is essential. Especially as we see baby boomers retiring and other top employees leaving for new opportunities. How can you ensure that wisdom is passed on? This article from CLO magazine provides five tips, plus some reader reaction from our founder and … [Read More]
Greater Cincinnati’s Chapter of the Association for Talent Development Webinar Featuring Impact Instruction is Available On-Demand Watch the webinar now. More than 70 percent of organizations surveyed for the 2014 Corporate Learning Factbook cite “capability gaps” as one of their top five challenges. Within many of those companies, it takes 3-5 years for a seasoned … [Read More]
I am thrilled to have been able to attend two of your presentations. They were interesting, thought-provoking and educational. Your skill and talent as a professional speaker is evident and your thoughts and ideas are concise and insightful. Thank you so much for presenting for the YWCA. You exceeded the expectations of our staff and conference participants.
– Erica Merritt
Associate Director of Leadership
YWCA Greater Cleveland
We invited Amy to conduct a class for our employee networking group, to empower women in their careers and to provide them with tips and tricks to excel while learning what pitfalls to avoid in the workplace. Amy was fantastic! She brought a lot of energy, professionalism and enthusiasm to her training. She truly had a knack for engaging participants in meaningful dialogue that not only raised issues we face as women, but also got participants to present possible solutions for one another in class. We can’t wait to bring her back for more events and want to say . . . we feel lucky to have found you!
– Tonya Stalnaker-Tiggett
JP Morgan Chase
Impact Instruction was flexible when our needs changed, while still going above and beyond and respecting the project timelines.
– Jenny Raynes
Manager, Consultant Experience Specialist, Thirty-One Gifts