Only 15% of participants (1 of 6) who participate in a training course use their new knowledge at work. They contribute positively to results.
70% want and try to use their newly acquired knowledge, but despite strong internal motivation fall back into their old patterns of behaviour. The remaining 15% doesn’t even bother trying.
Our trainers at Flow Consulting Group feel that there are changes to be made.
A corporate training course creates value when the learned theories are implemented in every day work. We know from different researches, that there are no connection between knowledge and training.
Simply put, we need external help to be successful, since nothing happens by itself.
That is why we are using innovative technology to be able to inspire the participants and give better, measurable results to our partners.
It’s said that what gets measured gets done. We are supporting our development programs with Promote ®, this software makes newly learned behaviours visible.
It involves the managers, motivates the participants and makes the whole learning process measurable.
Promote® raises the level of learning transfer in connection with our training programs.
In cooperation with www.promoteint.com
I joined the Flow in the fall of 2015, I work here az a backoffice manager.
I had the opportunity to work as a personal assistant before, I was involved in a building of a community shopping webpage and I also tried myself in the film making industry.
I am a voluteer in Hero Square Initiative almost from its beginning. That is why I came here gladly, as I like to work around people who’s goal is to help others work and development.
I graduated as an economist and started my career at international hotel firm. I worked together with the regional and local management and I was involved in different sales and sales strategy related projects. I had the luck to study in Belgium, where I took part in a graduate program at the renowned KU Leuven. I moved to Berlin, to gain more international experience and I worked at an online marketing firm, where I was responsible for the Hungarian sales operations and some CEE projects.
I joined Flow Group in 2015 as a Promote brand manager I am working closely together with our consultants and my (personal) goal is to make trainings more efficient and measurable
PPHE Hotel Group – different sales related projects, business software solutions, business analysis
Visual Meta/Axel Springer – leading the Hungarian sales operation, business analysis
I have been an active contributor to Flow Group efforts since 2007. When I joined the team my duties were related to organizing the modules of the Organization Development and Change Management Consultants (SZEVA) course and the Flow Management Academy (FMA). I also added providing training assistance to other courses as the years passed. In 2008, I was certified as a Manager of Adult Training Accreditation Systems and have since been responsible for jobs related to the Accreditation of Institutions, accounting for vocational training contribution and the administration of adult trainings. I also play an active role in preparing Flow Group tenders.
I graduated from the Faculty of Psychology of Pázmány Péter Catholic University. As a student I was working in various positions, those experiences helped me a lot in my later career.
I am member of Flow Group since 2008. At the beginning I worked in the Training Center (TRC), then from 2011 I administrated on the Financial Department. After my maternity leave, in May, 2015 I returned as Financial Assistant. Half year later I joined the Hungarian team of Human Synergistics, currently I’m supporting our accredited consultants as a project coordinator. I am also responsible for coordination of other training tools, such as GPOP/MBTI, ARP, ARPe and CAS questionnares.
I have been working for the Flow Group as a financial associate since January 2009. I am responsible for the financial administration of Flow Group member companies in my role as a Flow Team member.
I have been working for organization development companies since 1993. I worked at PPL Consulting for 5 years after 1993.
I joined Manmore Consulting as an office manager in 1998 and have since also been involved in the preparation and organization of programs as a training assistant.
I have been a member of the Flow Group since 2002 and have assisted launching its Budapest office.
Since 2010, I have acted as a project assistant as a member of the Flow BackOffice.