Our interactive keynotes, motivational presentations and facilitated workshops inspire audiences to learn, apply and grow.
“They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.”
- Carl W Buechner
Our Conversational Leadership workshop forms the bedrock of all leadership training programs. We incorporate DiSC® and SDI® assessments into various interpersonal skills development offerings, incorporating both traditional classroom training and blended learning.
Project management is a core discipline in modern organisations, and our training, simulation and assessment solutions are leading edge. We work with clients to develop and implement scalable, robust project methodologies and PMOs, conduct project reviews, and assess project portfolios.
Success is built on a platform of financial stability. We assist in developing financial strategies and controls that enable you to deliver on your objectives.
Jürgen Oschadleus is founder and director of Act Knowledge, specialising in speaking, educating and consulting on project leadership, influence and effective communication.
Kim Oschadleus is a founder and director of Act Knowledge with a particular focus on consulting and training clients to improve their financial control over their business and projects.
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I attended your presentation Tuesday morning Oct 23 at the Vancouver North America Congress and thought it was excellent. In fact it was one of the best Areas of Focus presentations I attended in the three days, so thank you.
Thanks for yesterday. I have to say it was definitely the best course I have undertaken with the Learning Centre and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The tools and knowledge you have provided us, coupled with the enthusiasm in which you conducted the session, have made this a very worthwhile exercise for me. I am looking forward to putting them into practice.
I attended the presentation on Five Frames at PMI breakfast session on 17 October. Great presentation. Apart from the actual content the interesting point I liked was how you dealt with the person in the centre of the room asking all the questions. Whilst never rejecting any points put forward you did have an answer for each point he made and you understood the context of his points.