Training that Delivers Results
We all need training on something at some point in our lives. At Nonsuch Training we understand that training is only one ingredient in building capability for you, your people and your organisation. Our success can be attributed to our desire and ability to understand your organisation’s desired outcomes for capability or knowledge transfer. With that understanding, we then work back from that point to establish what levels of change management, coaching, mentoring, communication, on-the-job training and other interventions are required to build strong long lasting capability. This helps us ensure our training successfully contributes to you achieving the uplift in capability and productivity you seek.
Our trainers don’t just train, they transfer their expertise gathered through real life experiences from years of consulting and training with private and public sector firms in New Zealand and overseas. This ensures the training experience is as close to the real thing as possible, whether it be face to face or online. This approach coupled with our experience has resulted in us having delivered hundreds of courses to many happy clients.
Paul is a highly experienced project, programme and portfolio manager who has over 30 years’ experience in training, consulting and delivering solutions to organisations. He is an engaging and dynamic speaker and can give practical application to a huge range of questions and scenarios focusing the course on the needs of the attendees. In addition he has a particular interest in business cases and benefits and contributes thought leadership in those areas.
Youssef is a top of the line P3M (Portfolio, Programme and Project Management) Practitioner, Consultant and Presenter. He has been a PRINCE2 Practitioner for the past 18 years and a member of the PMI in NZ for 16 years and has developed a good reputation for thought leadership with the Axelos, APMG & PMI framework offerings. He’s a witty and inspiring presenter, who can breakthrough even the toughest of critics.