The lament that “there’s nothing good on TV” doesn’t deter me from wanting to be able to watch the tube whenever I want. If the cable company takes the system offline for ten minutes at 2:50 a.m. on Sunday morning, it’s a good bet that I’ll be in nocturnal mode and want to watch something at just that time.Read More
Training that Sticks
Be careful what you ask for in your customer surveys, because you may get some actionable data. Of course, this is exactly what we were hoping for when we sent our customer surveys, and our customers did not disappoint.Read More
I’ll warn you: I’m a reader. Like Sesame Street’s Count (a Muppet obsessed with counting everything in his path), I read everything from the small print on soap wrappers to the large print on bus advertising.Read More
Many of us are familiar with the acronym T.E.A.M. which stands for Together Everyone Achieves More and this perfectly captures the spirit of the Training Team at Signature Worldwide! Collectively our training team has over 240 years of experience working at Signature Worldwide! That impressive tenure is comprised of trainers that are based from East Coast to West coast and many in between. What is even more impressive than the years of experience of our team is the genuine commitment that each of our Trainers has to provide legendary service to each and every client that they work with!Read More
“I realize that I haven’t been submitting posts to the Training That Sticks blog with my accustomed regularity. For any disappointment or inconvenience my lack of diligence may have caused, I am truly sorry. To ensure that this won’t happen again, I have committed to sending at least one post every month before I file my expense report. If I don’t write, my expenses won’t get reimbursed. That will motivate me to get the job done!”Read More
When in Jamaica on holiday, a smiling hotel front desk agent assured me in his local patois that an early check-in would be, “no problem, mon.”
Surprises are memorable, but that’s not always a good thing.
Have you ever written to a CEO or company president about the service you receive at the hands of their employees? I do it all the time, and seldom to complain. In fact, I keep four or five stamped envelopes in my briefcase when I travel, and I replenish the supply regularly.
My mother was a journalist and my father was a seaman. Dad told better stories. Mom was sensible, forthright and logical. Dad had sea monsters, pirates, and a dozen different versions of how he came to have a wooden leg.