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Leadership Training Companies Watch List Announced

 
 
 

CARY, NC February 9, 2012- As part of its commitment to continuously monitor the training marketplace for the best providers and services, today, TrainingIndustry.com has released its 2012 Leadership Training Companies Watch List.

Click here to view the 2012 Leadership Training Companies Watch List.

Selection to the 2012 Leadership Companies Watch List was based on the following criteria:

New and Innovative Service Offerings
Unique approach to Leadership Development Solutions
Commitment to Thought Leadership
Quality of Initial Clients

“Our 2012 Top Leadership Training Companies Watch List features companies that offer innovative products and services to their clients. This year’s list includes several new and exciting entries, about 50% of this year’s list are first timers,” said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer of Training Industry, Inc.

“These companies are not necessarily the largest leadership training providers in the marketplace, but should definitely be in the mix when considering a training partner. Many of them bring a new look at this strategically important segment of the global training industry,” said Doug Harward, Chief Executive Officer of Training Industry, Inc.

The 2012 Leadership Training Companies Watch List is intended to help buyers of training services evaluate leadership training providers. Please provide any thoughts or feedback on this list to us by emailing info@trainingindustry.com.

Click here to view the 2012 Leadership Training Companies Watch List.

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