Denver, CO – January 14, 2013 – Over 350 business consultants, coaches, speakers and recruiters representing 30 countries will gather at the 24th annual Winner’s Conference, held January 20 – 22, 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona.
“Using research-based, validated assessments as a coaching tool enables organizations of effectively meet their human capital management needs” says Becca Robinson, Master Certified Coach and President of TRG Results. “From Fortune 500 to small forward thinking companies, assessments are at work in 90 countries and 40 languages and by attending this world class event, we will stay at the top of our game in assessing, hiring and retaining our clients’ top talent.”
As a certified behavioral analyst, Becca Robinson, will attend the conference with the theme, “Pursuing Excellence with Passion and Purpose” focusing on best practices in assessments, brain technologies, statistical analysis, global marketing strategies and the latest research and development.
For more information, call 303-329-9555 or visit http://www.trgresults.com/English/Services/Assessment.html
TRG Results provides coaching, training, and consulting services to bring a unique combination of experience, training and perspective to each and every client.
Our foundation is based on 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. We assure the behavioral changes and the leadership needed by management in this new economy with sustainable, purpose driven and result focused.
TRG Results found that standard cookie cutter training and development does not adequately address the needs of the individual, team and leader. Their established programs incorporate personal assessments, sound methodology and hard questioning that accelerates development and ensures growth.
TRG Results provides specific plans for the delivery of high level, focused programs based on information provided in individual interviews and assessments. They continually set the bar by providing proven, customized programs, supported with expertise that is designed to develop both the team and the bottom line.
Becca Robinson, MCC