We love to work with companies to create or enhance employee development programs, and the technology available today means the program can be delivered to a smart phone as easily as the classroom. Our teams have been designing training programs and learning tools for the mining and minerals industries since 1992. We offer a wide range of expertise on topics including safety management, leadership development, task training, Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), and much more.
Whether it’s designing a strategic management development program, an online e-learning package or an on-site workforce training program, we have a proven track record of building effective front line leaders and strengthening executive teams’ internal communications, leadership strategies, safety processes, and more. We offer several training packages that will help your employees succeed and strengthen your business. Not exactly sure what you’re looking for? Let us design a custom program to fit your specific needs.
Are you looking for an employee development program to take your business to the next level? We are passionate about developing workforce leaders:
How can we utilize technology for employee development? Q4 offers a variety of solutions such as:
Do we need management or leadership development or both? Q4’s comprehensive strategic approach delivers both management and leadership development.
Can we get on-site training customized to meet our needs? No problem. We offer a variety of programs with ongoing support and guidance
Programs Tailored to Meet Your Needs
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