Management & Coaching Training Courses

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Management and Coaching Training Programs - Personal development

Pro Mind Consulting S.A. is a corporate strategy consulting firm that is based in Lausanne (Switzerland). Its training offer has been developed on the basis of more than 20 years consulting experience with SMCs and international groups, in Switzerland, Europe and the world.

The approach used in these training programs is to develop the participants' skills, so they will be able to better develop their teams. This is done through coaching the participants while working on a concrete professional project, so they may simultaneously develop both their personal and professional skills. The company also offers HR Management training courses (course offer).

MANAGEMENT & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES
 

Pro Mind Consulting's Management courses can be tailor-made, in order to meet your company's specific needs and may be taught either on the workplace or at Pro Mind's headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland. These courses aim at both the acquisition of management skills and techniques (list of courses) and the personal development of managers (list of courses).

LEADERSHIP & COACHING TRAINING PROGRAM

Furthermore, the Leadership & Coaching training program (list of courses) allows you to go through an extensive program of management courses over an 18-month period. It is designed for managers who are in direct contact with a team or in charge of a project.

MANAGEMENT OF PROCESSES BY COACHING (MPC™)
 

The Management of Projects by Coaching (MPC™) Training Program is based on a systemic management approach that has been developed and is exclusively taught by Pro Mind Consulting S.A. It is intended for all managers and aims to simultaneously contribute to the development of both their efficiency and well-being at work.

APPLICATIONS

You can also apply to the open courses (course calendar) that are taught at Pro Mind Consulting's Lausanne (Switzerland) offices at predetermined dates.

 

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