Live Training for Leadership Development

Leadership Development

Live Training

Your employees are craving opportunities to learn and grow.

Invest in them through affordable off-site workshops led by local experts.

Training Matters

In today’s competitive business and hiring environment, people want to work for companies that allow them to develop their skills and expand their horizons.

And, according to Gallup, if their workplace doesn't provide these opportunities, they'll find one that does. In fact, the number one reason people change jobs today is for "career growth opportunities."

Organizations who invest in training and value a culture of development know that providing employees continuing education leads to both higher retention and increased productivity.

"An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest." — Benjamin Franklin

These workshops are designed to improve workforce quality and service, and help you create a culture of continuous learning where people feel engaged, valued and empowered to reach their highest potential.

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The largest live training opportunity of all, EntreCon®

EntreCon® is our signature business and leadership conference that takes place each November. With a community-centric twist, the 2-day conference offers leaders from across all industries an opportunity to learn and grow together.

Live Training Topics

Studer Community Institute offers live, offsite training workshops throughout the year on a variety of topics designed to help develop business owners, leaders, and employees alike. Topics covered in the past include:


Customer Service

Emotional Intelligence

Hiring & Onboarding


Strategic Planning

Company Culture

Change Management

Goal Setting

Leadership Skills

Public Speaking

Supervisor Training

Tell us what live training topics would be most helpful to your organization. All programs are created based on the feedback of our business community.

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SHRM & HRCI Credits for HR Professionals

Studer Community Institute is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) to offer SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP and HRCI professional development credits (PDCs). The number of PDCs for each live training varies on the length of the session.

EntreCon®, our annual business and leadership conference offers human resource professionals the opportunity to earn 14 SHRM PDCs over the course of two days.

Live Training Speakers

“Illuminators” are the talented team of speakers that light and lead the way to success by facilitating our training workshops. They graciously share their knowledge to help cultivate brighter leaders, employers and entrepreneurs.

D.C. Reeves

D.C. Reeves

President at Perfect Plain Brewing Co.

Kristie Tobias

Kristie Tobias

Healthcare Consultant and National Speaker for Studer Group, a Huron Solution

Ralf Lorenzen

Ralf Lorenzen

Chief Operating Officer for IMS Expert Services

Jim Howe

Jim Howe

Vice President of Workforce Solutions for LandrumHR

"All of the presenters gave expert advice with a down-to-earth approach. So much practical information and research was provided. I am walking away with so many resources to apply to my company and personal brand."

— Rachael Hart

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Sponsor a Live Training

Does your company have a leadership topic it is passionate about and would like to have an opportunity to brand yourself with? Consider sponsoring a workshop! When you link your organization with Studer Community Institute, you align to our mission, haloed as a company that cares about the community, developing leaders and creating great places to work.

Being a workshop sponsor provides you with extensive brand visibility, putting your brand assets in front of an audience of 20-150 people, and gives you an opportunity to make personal connections with attendees during and after the event. You can bring in an expert speaker on the topic of your choice, or, if you have an expert speaker from your organization, they can take the stage to help better our community members by sharing their knowledge.