Baird & Warner Real Estate Leaders Complete TSOD Team Building Program
January 28, viagra generic 2005
discount viagra helvetica;”>(Chicago, Illinois) Training Services On Demand (TSOD) provided a series of Team Building workshops for Baird & Warner’s leadership team. Participants gained a heightened awareness of themselves and their colleagues: How they naturally communicate (or fail to communicate), make decisions (or fail to do so), and form relationships (or not). During the workshops, the team participated in activities that clarified team dynamics, challenges and opportunities.
Founded in 1855, Baird & Warner is the largest independent real estate broker in Illinois and the oldest in the country. The company serves more than 300 communities in the Chicagoland area through a network of neighborhood offices in six counties. With more than $4 billion in annual sales, Baird & Warner is recognized as the residential real estate leader in Illinois.
Training Services On Demand (TSOD) is a top-tier provider of training and employee development solutions. TSOD provides onsite training at customer locations for complete teams, ensuring that its programs leverage team insights and produce team-oriented results. The company’s seminars and workshops are available nationwide at fully bundled tuition rates. Combining proven curricula, expert facilitators, and modest tuition schedules, TSOD ensures the availability of high-quality employee learning experiences to a growing, blue-clip client list.
In addition to team building programs, TSOD facilitates presentation skills, negotiation skills, time management, stress management, media relations, business writing, and leadership training programs. Founded by popular team development facilitator and corporate trainer Frank Whyte (now our chief curriculum officer), TSOD has evolved into a prime contractor for both corporate and government training. One of the most respected companies of its type, TSOD is a CCR-registered, woman-owned business with a 100 percent reliability rating for more than four consecutive years.