Organizational Change is More Common than Ever 
Adapt your training to navigate through the complexities

Between designing effective training curriculum with practical applications to engaging learners through your delivery, there are significant challenges facing Learning and Development professionals.

Furthermore, quantifying the impact of your training with success metrics can seem like finding a needle in a haystack. Overcoming these challenges requires a solid knowledge of the latest corporate training techniques.

How do you improve the effectiveness of your training?


The System that Expands Capacity to Increase Organizational Effectiveness

How it Works:

Improving effectiveness of your trainings starts with a certification as a PDP Professional to gain a deep understanding of the behavioral framework. 

1. Get PDP certified

You select and attend an intensive two-day certification that covers every aspect of the PDP system and its applications in your organization.

2. Gather PDP ProScan reports from training participants

Prior to your trainings, you send quick surveys to gather the behavioral profiles of your learners. This gives you the insight to design your training curriculum and delivery.

3. Deliver PowerApps in your workshops and training sessions

Access facilitator guides, workbooks, PDP reports, and instructions for interactive learning based on behavioral profiles.



How other L&D Professionals Expanded Capacity with PDP 

"The training sequence has garnered an enthusiastic response. The PowerApp workshops have been a real encouragement to the staff, with many saying “Thank you for investing in me—for spending time on me.” The workshops have given the staff new skills to build on, as well as endowing a real feeling of significance to the organization as a whole."

-Corporate Learning Director 


Why L&D Professionals Trust the PDP System

We combine the products, services, and insight to enable your success

  1. Access to educational resources to succeed.
  2. Over 2700 PDP clients served.
  3. 96% accuracy of behavioral assessments.