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The Call Center that i work for doesn't have the most exciting training rooms, I am planning to give them a face lift. Any suggestion on this would be welcome. Also I want to name all the 4 Rooms. Any Ideas?
jaskiran mehta

3 Responses

  1. Exciting Training Rooms
    Hi Jaskiran,

    why don’t you consider a competition amongst the Call Centre people and invite them to put forward ideas on naming the rooms and selecting the face-lift themes that they would like to see there. A simple prize of a bottle of fizz (or two) would be enough to attract people to enter. The benefit comes from your Call Centre having 4 training rooms they feel a greater affinity with. Let the team know how much budget you have so that you don’t get outrageous ideas coming back and encourage some creativity in their responses.

    Good luck

    Gary

  2. Spice
    Jaskiran,
    I agree wholeheartedly with what’s said below. On the subject of spicing them up – use a learning colour (like pale green), Feng Shui them, put up bright posters with key learning messages on. Put up photo boards and take pictures at training sessions that you run. Keep the rooms well aired and cleaned regularly to get rid of bad smells, but beware of artificial smells as they disagree with some people. Keep jars with little packets of sweets in, everytime someone does some self learning reward them with some sweets!!!!

    If you want to talk through any other ideas get in touch,

    Cheers,

    Megan

  3. Smart rooms
    Hi Jaskiran,

    As Megan says, get the colours and the layout “appropriate”, get your posters & photos – but do make sure they are kept up-to-date (nothing worse than coming into a room with ‘welcom to…’ posters about something or someone who is no longer with you!),
    make sure your chooice of equipment allows for great flexibility. I’m a great believer in putting things like (computer) projectors on the ceiling, screen high up in the corner; cover your walls with washable pin-board material (avoids using masking tape for posters), provide hanger rails for flip-chart sheets.

    Drop me a note directly & I can go into more details!

    Dave

    Dave Bramwell
    Learning Experiences
    Germany

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