Author: Carolyn B. Thompson

Training Systems Inc.

Carolyn B. Thompson is an experienced training designer, facilitator, event planner and HR consultant for Training Systems, Inc., a customized performance improvement and HR consulting company dedicated to helping small and medium sized organizations enhance their ability to recruit, inspire and retain quality employees and improve performance through training. Training Systems Inc. also provides training design and delivery services to training companies, the training departments of large companies and trade and professional associations. Carolyn is responsible for marketing and helping clients determine the best methods for achieving the performance they need.

Carolyn’s training design and facilitation style are highly interactive and include many hands-on methods and materials designed for learning that goes beyond the training session. She has facilitated training throughout the country for trade/professional associations and small, medium and large companies, both for profit and non-profit. Over the past 20 years, she has trained thousands of people, from students to entry level staff to managers at all levels.

May
07

ATTRACTING AND KEEPING YOUR MASTER LEARNERS COMING BACK

(a Two-Part Series on Master Learners) How do you know people (staff and members) are Master Learners? In order to get them to come to you for their education needs, and to come back for more, you have to know the attributes of a Master Learner. In Part One of this two-part series on Master Learners you […]

DETAIL
Apr
16

MASTER LEARNERS: CAN WE MAKE MORE?

If you ask someone “What is a master learner?” chances are they’ll reply, “A person who is a master at learning.” It’s fairly self-explanatory. Master learners serve as drivers of their own learning. They are people who: self-assess regularly and look for the gaps in what they know have high self-efficacy so they will determine what they are […]

DETAIL
Mar
07

HOW TO BE A NOTICER: ORIENTING LEARNING TOWARDS THE FUTURE

Is the learning you offer future focused? If you start changing your learning programs once you discover a new direction or need in your industry, it’s likely too late. It takes months or years to retool things like learning design, pathways and marketing. We need to find out what’s going to happen in our industry next […]

DETAIL
SEARCH