Our clients have improved outcomes after our trainings.
We are honored to work with a wide variety of clients and are thrilled that they’ve shared with us the impact training has had on their desired outcomes.
We would love to work with you too, please reach out we would be happy to discuss your desired outcomes and create a custom training plan for you.
In general, after training with us, our participants share that they’ve had an increase in their:
- Investment/Energy towards working with the population they serve
- Confidence to influence positive outcomes for the population they serve
- Communication skills for facilitating lasting change for the population they serve
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I think it was phenomenal. I mean, one of the best trainings I’ve ever been to, I’ve never really looked at things that way. We always try to be problem-solvers and this thing that’s great about this is you really are, but you’re just empathizing with somebody and understand. From their perspective and helping them come up with their own solutions and kind of guiding them to that is just phenomenal.
I think if the whole world behaved this way or we learned to have empathy for others, I just think we could get along so much better. I just think it’s a, it’s a concept that goes beyond sales to me, cross cultures, families, and you know, other types of organizations. I just think it’s phenomenal. That’s the one thing I’d recommend to anybody.
Want to improve your outcomes?
Learning Motivational Interviewing to fidelity means becoming competent or proficient in the skill set. Once you’ve achieved competency or proficiency, the data shows you will notice the evidence based outcomes of Motivational Interviewing.
What does it mean to be competent or proficient in Motivational Interviewing?
According to Merriam Webster, competency is defined as, “Possession of sufficient knowledge or skill.” meanwhile, proficiency is defined as, “Well advanced in art, occupation or branch of knowledge.”
Our goal is to help our participants of trainings to become as competent or proficient in Motivational Interviewing as they desire. Like all skills, to become competent in anything, whether it’s a sport, a hobby or a skill, it takes dedicated time and practice.
Learn more about Motivational Interviewing to fidelity by clicking “play” on the video below!
Casey Jackson, Founder of IFIOC explains why fidelity matters. The full transcript of this video is available here.