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WHAT WE DO

We help professionals create memorable corporate learning experiences. 

 

 

 

To deliver effective training and foster learning, you have to engage your students.
It’s a simple concept, but one that can be difficult to implement…if you don’t know how.

 

The light bulb went off for one of our clients about 2/3 of the way through one of our workshops. He raised his hand and said, “I’ve been doing it wrong for 40 years.” Hearing those words made us simultaneously happy and sad at the same time: happy that he saw the value in what we were teaching, but sad that no one had told him anything different for his entire career as an instructor.

 

40 years. 

 

Our role is to educate, encourage and inspire you and your team. We absolutely believe our approach will pay off big-time for your company, your instructors and your customers.

 

Imagine your customers walking away retaining more of your training content...that could lead to more product sales, fewer support calls and more potential customers signing up for training courses - simply because they've heard how awesome your company's training programs are. Apply this to your internal training and you set up your employees and colleagues to be more effective, efficient, confident and happier in their jobs. 

So, perhaps you're ready to have a conversation about training?
Get Started Today or email ken@theemuexperience.com.

We are easy and fun to work with.

Our role is to make you look good and to help you succeed. 

So we should probably talk...like, soon. Get Started Today or email ken@theemuexperience.com.

We do that by teaching you how to engage your students in unexpected ways. It’s a challenging, eye-opening process that changes the way you think about training. 

For most companies, training is often nothing more than a presentation, with way too many slides, that their trainers deliver and call it a “training course.” Because there is so much information to cover, the trainers end up talking AT their students for the majority (80-90%) of the course. Which means students are minimally engaged
and retain very little information.