The Center for Innovation and Community Health (CICH) at the Murney Clinic provides customized, in-company training in a variety of areas to increase employee development and performance. Led by expert instructors with industry experience, CICH is able to provide training solutions by addressing specific areas of need.
CICH understands that every organization is unique: different goals, industries and employee development needs. The collaboration process is continuous and allows for input at every stage. From small to large-sized companies and organizations, the Center for Innovation and Community Health will help you define areas of need and develop an impactful training program to deliver desired outcomes.
For information on customized programs or to arrange a free consultation, contact Christina Wiksell, Director of Marketing and Community Outreach at 417-893-7887.
Onsite presentation topics, general fees, "Winning at Work & at Home" training.
Customer Focused Program Creation: 1) Consultation: The initial consultation is an exploratory meeting that allows CICH to understand both the general goals of the learning experience and the desired outcomes of your organization. This also allows you the opportunity to discover the full range of resources provided by CICH and the Forest Institute's School of Professional Psychology.
2) Organization Needs Assessment: The assessment is an in-depth review of key learning objectives, further clarification of organizational goals and a discussion of potential learning methods and mediums that will be successful in your organization.
3) Program Design & Development: Once a program blueprint is designed, we recruit appropriate content experts and faculty which will understand your organization's industry and match the training's desired outcomes. Both the instructor and CICH staff will work closely with you in developing program content, logistics and materials.
4) Participant Development Plan: CICH offers individual developmental action plans to ensure participants are concentrating on appropriate skills and transferring the training to their work environment. These action plans can be for individual use only, or can be used in conjunction with their supervisor. Action plans help provide a structured vehicle for driving conversations about development needs, and identifying on-the-job educational opportunities and future actions.
5) Program Management & Delivery: Action-oriented, application-centered learning is guaranteed through an effective combination of discussions, presentations, visuals, and small group learning activities. If available, activity-based exercises can be developed to address challenges encountered by your organization.
6) Follow Up Consultation: Following the program, additional consultations with your organization are held to discuss outcomes or any future modifications that may be needed.