I would like to take this opportunity to share with you the experience my organization has had with 2logical. Last year, I was searching for online courses that would prepare members of my staff to conduct focus groups and customer satisfaction polling. My search led me to 2logical, a company I was not at all familiar with. My contact gladly helped me set up an account and get myself and my staff registered for our necessary courses.
During our initial contact, she also mentioned that 2logical provided classroom training and had a learning model that I might be interested in taking a look at. She and her associate came in for a meeting and laid out what I considered to be a very different approach to corporate training. As a member of the performance development planning team for my organization, I found the ideas presented by 2logical to be innovative and at the same time very practical. The emphasis was placed on “achievement knowledge” which meant building the individual before attempting to build just another skill set.
2logical focused on the age-old question, “How do I get a middle-of-the-road performer to become a top performer?” I had recently had the experience of seeing an average performer make a transition to a top performer, but I didn’t know how it had happened, so I wasn’t sure how to duplicate the success. My contact at 2logical helped me see that the secrets to recreating that success and building upon it lay within the 2logical learning model. My contact at 2logical has been willing to invest a large amount of time into working with my organization to address our developmental needs. She coordinated the scheduling of our first session of “Self-Leadership” and the ensuing follow-up with online training. We are currently working together to schedule our second installment of this highly successful course.
The impact of the 2logical approach can best be summed up in the story of Walter. Walter has been working within my department for 3 years now. He is in his late 50s and had been stuck in the proverbial rut. He was not interested in looking at new approaches to old problems and was even less interested in interaction with his peers. Walter would challenge any suggestions made for improvement and was generally viewed as unreceptive to change. Talk about a turnaround! Walter seemed to really latch onto the message of “Self-Leadership” and see himself in a new light. He realized that he is in control of his future and that feedback makes him stronger. He even reached out for additional tapes of the seminar since he was sharing the information with his entire family. I have seen quite a change in Walter and his ability to interact with his peers in a positive exchange of ideas. His job performance has been invigorated and Walter will tell you he owes it all to the “Self-Leadership” class.
Please accept this letter for what it is, a strong recommendation of 2logical, and its ability to pull together the necessary pieces for a successful training experience.
Business Services Manager | Pharmacia