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Windrose Training and Coaching

Windrose: A diagram in which statistical information concerning direction and speed of the wind at a location may be summarized.

Windrose Training: A directional source to assist seasoned professionals and newer executives and leaders concerning the direction and speed of gaining knowledge and moving their careers forward.

Windrose Training and Coaching has built a much-appreciated reputation as a training, development and coaching organization, and while making professional development fun since 1980, our lead instructional designer/workshop facilitator and our other workshop facilitators have provided professional development workshops, seminars and clinics to many of today's more respected organizations in the United States and Canada. All of our trainers employ our renown style of adult teaching/learning techniques to increase the knowledge of our attendees.

What is YOUR "ROI" (Return on Information)? In a tough economy, everyone needs an edge that can separate him or her from the pack....but, you don't always have to go to a university classroom to gain university-quality knowledge. "Being there" in a face-to-face workshop can often spell the difference between success and failure. 

How Our Workshops Come About

In addition to leading the Windrose team, our lead curriculum development specialist is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for one of the world's largest academic publishing companies as well as a professional development workshop developer/presenter.

Learning Styles

While we use adult training/learning methods, we also recognize that people do not all learn in the same ways. Thus, we use a learning-centered method of training/teaching. At Windrose Training and Coaching, all of our workshop instructors/ facilitators make every effort to engage each attendee in their learning and to incorporate the three primary learning styles in our workshops and clinics:

Visual learners learn through seeing;

Auditory learners learn through listening

Tactile/Kinesthetic Learners learn through , moving, doing and touching.


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