Real Symple provides numerous services for clients. While in different forms our services all seek to empower the client to grow as an individual, a team, and an organization.
- Educational Seminars
- Executive Coaching
- Managerial Coaching
- Team Training
Real Symple Seminars are designed to be interactive and informative. Our approach focuses on “Learning by Doing” rather than the limited approach of listening to the learning of others. We offer seminars for small and large groups in:
- Lean Knowledge Work
- Agile Project Management
- Managing People
- Real Symple Strategy
- Marketing Management
- Lean Meetings
- Lean Leadership
- Human Resources
- Integrated Brand Development
The highest performers in the world have coaches. We would find it quite odd if Russell Wilson or Tom Brady just ran on the field every Sunday with no help from the folks behind the scenes who are helping them achieve wins during the game. No matter how great the performer, we all struggle to be objective about our own performance.
Executive coaching provides this objective feedback to executives who often struggle to get productive and helpful feedback from their organizations. We provide discrete and actionable guidance on strategy, people, and operations to help executives achieve the strategy they envision for their organizations.
The most productive format for Executive Coaching is frequent and consistent face-to-face, one-on-one sessions. Sessions can be done in-person, via phone, or virtually via online video conferencing. Contact Dan at email@example.com to try out a free introductory session.
Like executives, managers benefit greatly from coaching. Many managers are technical experts in their area who have never had professional training as a manager. While technical skills are necessary for a manager they are hardly sufficient. Consistent coaching fills the gap between technical skills and managerial skills such as managing direct reports, managing projects and building high performing teams.
Managerial coaching is very effective in peer groups of managers at roughly the same level within an organization. Experience has taught us that managers make the most progress when they experience frequent and consistent training. Training sessions include knowledge, skill practice, and homework assignments to put skills into practice. Contact Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org to try out a free introductory session.
Modern knowledge work requires frequent and challenging collaboration within and between teams. The challenge is that very few teams have had teamwork training to learn how to become a high-performing team. Much more goes into a team than simply “working together” and most of us have no idea where to begin.
There is a lot of research to show that working teams is difficult, that teams underperform and it may better to not have a team at all. Since it’s unlikely we’ll be able to get rid of teams anytime soon we’d better become better at working with them. Training as a team creates wonderful benefits for organizations as team members learn a common vocabulary and shared skills they can use to work more productively. Nearly any topic
Nearly any topic is useful for team training depending on the area the team works in but teamwork training is especially helpful to the health and performance of teams. Contact Dan at email@example.com to discuss how we can help your team.
“What we learn to do we learn by doing.” – Aristotle
As a keynote speaker, session speaker, business consultant and university professor, Dan Purdy has spent over 10 years developing a completely new way to engage with work our work in new, productive and healthy ways. In his presentations, Dan provides an energetic and interactive experience for audiences complete with the “how-to” rather than just the “what to”.
Dan turns on audiences with tips, methods, and tools to work faster, calmer, and more effectively by simplifying the complexity of modern knowledge work. Dan helps people at every level of an organization learn to reduce their stress, become accountable, and achieve their potential. Contact Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org to bring him to your next event.