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  • "  The course was very informative and easy to understand.  "

  • "  Instructor Peter Taylor was outstanding as he led this class. The small group of five led to some very interesting conversation as the course progressed. It also enabled trust to develop quickly and therefore a more open and honest environment. The subject matter of the course was fascinating!  "

  • "  The course had a dynamic presenter, appropriate class size and venue, and broad topic coverage.  "

  • "  The course information was very well organized. It was nice to have a variety of participants with a range of different issues.  "

  • "  I liked the fact that Harry covered not just the hard skills, but also the soft skills. He showed a real interest and went out of his way to help us learn.  "

  • "  I liked the templates & worksheet examples. I can apply them to my ongoing and future projects at work.  "

  • "  John – you will be remembered! Excellent interactive learning, audio visuals, content knowledge, presentation!  "

    Deborah Shannon
    Shannon Communications

  • "  What I liked most about this course was the instructor because she made what can potentially be perceived as "fluffy" material very interesting by way of how she delivered the material. She used good examples and due to her vast experience in the field (and in delivering such courses, I'm sure) she was able to spontaneously come up with good suggestions as to how to handle specific situations the class questioned her on.  "

  • "  I liked the very interactive and more application approach.  "

  • "  I enjoyed the interaction between participants and the willingness of Jim to discuss items until we were all in the loop.  "