What we do:
Instructional Design
Training Analysis

How we do it:
Examine needs
Build existing training
Edit training
Write manuals

A good consultant is a good listener. He will listen to the situation of his client, even the emotional trashing around until the real situation presents itself. A consultant doesn’t know what the problem is walking in so he must be a terrific listener.

A good consultant is emotionally uninvolved. That’s why he can see through the mish-mash of conflicting issues that face a business to the real issues.

A good consultant questions everything. A healthy dose of curiosity is a real plus, too. Because with healthy curiosity you get more information; and with more information you can work better.

A good consultant is adventurous. One of the reasons a client may be in trouble is that he or she is doing the same things with the same attitudes for too long without any kind of self-examination.

A good consultant has extremely high standards and is self-motivated enough to constantly push himself to meet those standards.

A good consultant is self-confident. He does not try to please the “boss.” Too many yes-men and women have been what have the cause of the trouble the client is experiencing.

We pride ourselves on being not just good, but great, consultants.

We also believe that you know your business better than anyone else and that you know what the solution or solutions to your issues are. If we can cut through the smokescreens and distracting brush fires in the way of the real solution, you will be able to easily see what needs to be done.

That’s what we do. We cut through the garbage that is getting in the way of your complete training and instructional success so that the solution become obvious.

For a consulting solution for your training and instruction, call us.


Cain Publications, Inc. | PO Box 68761 | Oro Valley, Arizona 85737 | 800.654.5456
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