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Clarity helps a leading professional services firm develop a learning course with student participation in social and team building activities to help employees move through the ranks of the company.
Clarity helps a real estate financial firm create a new HR management system using practical examples from the company’s various operations groups, while embracing the cultural sensibilities of the modern, diverse workplace.
Clarity helps a leading global software firm develop the framework and learning materials for their sales academy utilizing their existing LMS and facilitate re-education without disrupting business operations.
A Fortune 500 financial services firm in the Midwestern U.S. sought to internalize its asset management and employee benefits call center operations as part of a corporate re-branding campaign.
A municipal employee’s retirement association was experiencing low morale, a lack of clarity, and employees dreaded coming to work. Clarity’s consultant worked with them to align Core Values to their organizational needs.
Clarity paved the way for a Federal Banking Institution’s formal succession planning.
A leading acrylics manufacturer had implemented an SAP upgrade to its enterprise resource planning software. As part of the implementation, training was developed and deployed across the company.
An international financial services company needed to update its mandatory training for investment bankers, credit analysts, and underwriters on a software program that analyzes credit risk for commercial loan applicants.
Novo Nordisk, an international healthcare company, wanted to update and improve its onboarding, training, and evaluation programs. A specialist was needed to conduct needs analysis, benchmark assessment programs in similar companies, and review possible eLearning modules.
Teague, an award-winning design consultancy, was experiencing vigorous growth and wanted to conduct a detailed organizational assessment to better understand where it needed to focus to improve operations.
A pioneer in providing online information resources, LexisNexis had a knowledgeable instructional design team, focused mainly on internal corporate training. The team had neither the time nor the resources to assess and upgrade vital customer-facing product training, which lacked standard instructional design components.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. needed to update its performance management system. Successful implementation of the new system required significant updates to the related training module, which had to be completed in time to train employees to set and manage their goals for the upcoming year.