BeyondTheTheory Launches Unique Development Programs

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

BeyondTheTheory launches a series of blended development programs that tackle the unique challenges associated with different organisational issues.

Montreal – On 25th March 2014 BeyondTheTheory launched a series of 'development programs' designed to tackle the unique challenges associated with different organisational issues (like helping first-time managers transition successfully into their new leadership role).  Although still based on BeyondTheTheory’s innovative talent development approach, each 'program' is tailored specifically for the target audience and their unique challenges, in terms of the assessments used, number of coaching sessions, program duration, and price point.  Online training and onsite workshops have also been integrated into the programs where there's a need to provide 'fundamental concept' education as part of the development process.

BeyondTheTheory now offers 7 specific programs focussed on the developmental challenges faced by the following target audiences;

  • Individual Contributors
  • First-time Managers (aka New Managers)
  • Middle Managers
  • Senior Leaders (aka Manager of Managers)
  • Sales Professionals
  • Sales Managers
  • Leadership Teams (for a team on Managers)

To learn more about how these programs can help meet your talent development needs please click here.

About BeyondTheTheory

BeyondTheTheory brings a unique approach to talent development by optimally blending Assessments (individual, psychometric and 360° feedback tools), Individual and Team Coaching, Onsite Workshops and Online Support. Our goal is to produce a lasting impact on your people and organisation at a cost that is typically less than a week-long training course.

If you’re looking for a more efficient approach to help strengthen your talent pipeline, enhance employee engagement, boost the performance of your workforce, improve the skills of your managers, or optimise your training investments, then BeyondTheTheory is the answer. For more information, please visit


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