Our film director has filmed for The Jon Stewart Show, for ESPN, Fox News, NBC, CBS, ABC, and filmed presidents of the U.S.
Typical PowerPoint training is dreaded by employees, which is fine for showing an engineer how machine parts work. But what do charts, jargon and graphs have to do with human sensitivities, and deep issues of culture change? We orchestrate training that engages and exhilarates.
"What R3Results brings is vitally needed at all institutions and companies. The series is very professional looking – clean visuals, realistic settings, and informed moderators. It is excellent that the program here emphasizes practice and role-playing. This training bridges the gap between having employees just ‘go through the motions’ to practicing in a hands-on, real life, under-stress way as coached here that can really be effective.”
Col. Bruce Grathwohl United States Marine Corps (Ret.)
R3 knows how to train companies.
Now with R3Results we have broadened what we do to include not only the front end of your business but the back end as well.
Your sales and customer service people are your front-end, interacting with customers.
There we focus on increasing sales and growth.
Taking a company or institution as a whole with its production, administrative and service staff (the back end) we find it is subject to many areas of loss. This affects the whole culture and quality of life as well as the profits.
Don't just think reduction of losses (as important as that is to the profits and well-being of everyone in the company)! The other side of the same thing is the emergence of unleashed creativity, confidence, teamwork, productivity, satisfaction and enthusiasm that was not there before.
When employees get training from a dozen different,
unconnected trainers, in the form of lectures or
PowerPoints, it just lays there like disconnected loose
strands. It may even cause resentment.
Our training is cohesive. It is logically designed to build from one topic to the
next. It is emotionally and artfully orchestrated. It connects with enthusiasm.
People don't have to learn a new format each time. They get to know the
trainers and actors. They find in themselves personally rewarding change.
Business on average lose 15% of revenues to multiple areas of loss.
Some is regarded as "just the way it is." Some is not visible or
discovered but happens in the background.
As significant as the 15% figure is, that is just the direct cost side.
The flip side is the potential for growth, creativity and teamwork
that can come forth when the community of employees and
managers works together to reduce the drag of losses.