Training for Results was started over twenty five years ago by Rosie Barfoot to provide leadership and management development. Her husband Ken, joined the business in 2006. Together, they form a powerful partnership. Each brings different practical experience, knowledge and strengths to the business. They are proud now to have an Associate to expand the expertise they offer. With the ability to deliver coaching, training, facilitation and profiling tools, they provide the complete training service.
Our aim is to provide a unique learning experience with practical application. We use the best training techniques for a memorable event. We will deliver results and exceptional value to your business by inspiring and supporting the highest achievable performance in your teams. Feedback from participants is that we deliver with a unique passion and practicality that inspires people to make a difference.
Our values are:
Personalised: We provide a flexible, caring, friendly: and customer focused service, which gives high satisfaction.
Partnership: We work as a team in harmony with our customers to ensure goals are achieved and expectations met.
Enthusiasm: We bring energy, commitment and inspiration to all that we do.
Courses are developed to meet your specific needs. Effective pre and post course briefings are provided to ensure required changes are implemented and the maximum benefit is gained from the training.
|Rosie Barfoot||Role:||Trainer, Performance Coach, innovation and design|
|Describer:||Natural go-getter with a great enthusiasm for life, who seeks and takes advantage of opportunities.|
|Motivators:||Making a difference, creativity and finding meaning|
|Interesting facts:||Qualified to deliver the Judgement Index. Founder of the Phoenix Legacy which led to being an Olympic Torch Bearer 2012. Achieved Advanced Competent Communicator and Advanced Competent Leader with Toastmasters International|
|Experience:||Leadership Trainer and Personal Coach for over 25 years. Training and Development Manager for landbased businesses. Adviser for the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Established a successful farm shop|
|Most common feedback:||Helpful, thought provoking, enthusiastic, inspiring|
|Ken Barfoot||Role:||Co-Tutor, Mentor, customer relations and marketing|
|Describer:||Clear decision maker with a positive attitude to change, who is good at organising, attention to detail and strategic planning.|
|Motivators:||Helping to build and maintain empowered teams that perform|
|Interesting Facts:||Approved agent for Hermann Brain Dominance Indicator and Integrated Leadership Measure. Former Vice Commodore of Castle Cove Sailing Club helped to build an Olympic Legacy.|
|Experience:||Director and Company Secretary with management development responsibilities. Current Chairman of Trustees’ Pension Scheme with about 1000 members. Non-Exective Director for luxury hotel. Farm and project management.|
|Most common feedback:||Practical, straight talking and experienced|
Training for Results Associate
|Jeremy Stoker||What I bring is 25 years in Sales & Marketing at Weetabix, TwiningsOvo, Dorset Cereals, Penotti and Amy’s Kitchen; of which 20 years was in International sales.
My success was in growing business, branding very successfully, developing market strategy and joint business plans direct with retail and third party partners. This incorporated sales and marketing, travelling, working remotely, moving home, learning and having fun in the process. I have also been very fortunate to be able to be there to see, help and experience my family grow and develop.
Now I have set up my own import and export company Green Shoots UK, which aims to nurture brands overseas. I like being commercial, engaged and pragmatic in my approach.
What to do next…
If you are looking to improve your people’s performance, let’s talk. To start with, let us know what you would like:
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