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The KLS difference?

Over 25 years of experience

Prior to founding Kreative Learning Solutions in September 2000, Karen Stacey's career included roles as an individual contributor, team member, leading and managing people and as an organizational trainer and leader.  Her facilitation reflects these experiences and "keeping it real" in her course design and facilitation.  The KLS team members all have expertise in their specific areas.

We start with understanding your needs

The KLS team focuses on understanding your organizations's goals and needs. We start with the end in mind - What are the results that your organization is focused on achieving? We then identify what is currently working in your organization, what initiatives you have implemented in the past, where are the gaps between desired results and the current environment?

Everything is customized to you and your business

In addition to the type of business your organization is involved in every organization has its own culture, values, mission and way they do business. We take the time to understand what makes your organization unique so we can develop customized learning and development programs and facilitate the learning so that it includes organizational examples and uses language that resonates for participants.

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Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team Preview

October 4, 2016, 7:30am - October 4, 2016, 10:30am

Attendees will understand the importance of a cohesive team, and discover how The Five Behaviors™ can help create productive, high-functioning teams in their organization. The workshop will feature ...

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