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Training Help Needed


Ethics training, personal finance, coping with change
Value: up to £87,210,000*
Expenses; Astronomical

As a result of a recent series of highly visible failures a major central London based employer has expressed an interest in receiving tender submissions for ethics/personal finance/coping with change training to a diverse and disparate population of 646 contract employees.

These people are on a five-year fixed term temporary contracts with the possibility of a further five-year extension depending on their individual ability to spin.

Their roles are business critical to UK Plc, and very high profile, whilst at the same time the “rules” are flexible and somewhat open to ambiguous interpretation.

A one-day course (to eNVyQueue level 3) is required to motivate the target population to address personal finance issues in an ethical way and to recognise the business benefits of so doing.

Resistance to this change is expected to be extremely high form most participants. Some change champions exist and they are readily identifiable by the slightly smug facial expressions, whilst resistors can usually be seen sweating profusely or grinning in a slightly inane fashion. Denial is rife in certain quarters.

No Kirkpatrick evaluation is needed, as having simply “invested” in training will be adequate to show that the problem is now sorted (at least until after the next round of contract renegotiation)

*performance linked to the potential saving

Please submit tender applications to
Lirpa Loof
PO Box 10
WC11 11A

Lirpa Loof

2 Responses

  1. You never ….
    You never see these jobs advertised do you? And they are SO needed.

    I live in hope of seeing and advert for a Government Common Sense Consultant.

    It would be great fun to earn my living by telling govt. committees – “No, don’t do that, it’s not only ridiculously expensive, it’s also incredibly stupid”.

    But if you do see any relevant adverts – please poke me of Facebook or something./




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