Victoria, BC, Canada, September 05, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Recent terrorist alerts and economic trends are causing many corporations to cut business travel plans whenever possible, and employee training sessions can be the first to go. Anna Kanary, president of Global TelePower Training Systems, has developed an innovative system using live, interactive Tele-Seminars to save time and eliminate travel when training staff and customers. The positive results prove more sensitive to a company’s reality – tight budgets, time constraints and the need for low risk/higher rewards.
“Time is a limited resource in the business world today especially in a post 9-11 world where air travel is becoming even more time consuming and people want results yesterday…” says Anna Kanary, President.
Kanary has found that teleclasses are an ideal solution -- they require no travel time and can be taken anywhere and at any time, as long as there is a telephone. Teleclasses are not just traditional training session simply done over the phone, however. The one-hour classes provide a manageable period of learning and encourage high-participation and retention. Unlike online classes, participants benefit from the entire group's personal and professional experience. They also benefit from the safety of a non-visual class atmosphere.
Global TelePower Training Systems transforms experienced trainers to TeleLeaders capable of managing telephone-based group learning and interaction. Once a trainer understands how to deliver teleclasses they can teach any of their topics and create new programs at any time. The speed of communication is faster by phone allowing students to access more information in a shorter period of time.
“Business executives are hungry to learn and stay on top of the latest trends, that’s why teleclasses are so popular. As technologies change, so do the programs, but one thing that stays consistent is the ability to get the information out there quickly and with less cost.” Kanary explains.
Teleclass training can be a strategic solution to many logistical challenges that traditional systems now face – and are being utilized by companies like IBM Corp. as well as Coldwell Banking Executives.
For more information:www.telepowertraining.com . For interview requests with Global Telepower Training Systems President, Anna Kanary, please contact:
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