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For a Happier, More Productive Work Environment

Train with Spencer Monson

Your Go-to Service for Workplace Communication Training
in the Greater Salt Lake City, Utah Area

Spencer Monson offers the perfect balance between personalized training and standardized practices in the workplace. Our courses contain proven methods that you can rely upon to assist you in upskilling your teams in business communication and stress management. 

Your teams will learn to understand each other better and become unified in the overall goals of the organization. You can expect to learn principles and practices designed to make working with others endurable and even enjoyable.

By outsourcing your workplace training, you can focus your resources on your business goals without the management headaches. You can also save your organization time and money by improving internal operations and client relationships.

Our Training Courses

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Stress Management

This course is designed to provide teams and organizations with concepts and practices which will help them to achieve a happier and more productive workplace.

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Essentials of Comparative Management:
Concepts and Cases

Focusing on Communication and Conflict Resolution, the concepts in this course include the best practices for mid-level managers guiding teams through issues of productivity, team cooperation, and work ethic.

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Notary Training
Government Relations or Custom Courses

These smaller courses, offered together or separately, target specific needs of the organization. They include notary training, government relations, or Custom Courses for your business which we create for you to keep and present to current and future employees.

About Our Company

For over 20 years, Spencer M. Hadley has been training and presenting on a variety of workplace topics. Having worked for five lieutenant governors and on several teams in the private sector, he has trained groups on topics ranging from election law to conflict resolution. Spencer earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Brigham Young University.

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About Our Company

For over 20 years, Spencer M. Hadley has been training and presenting on a variety of workplace topics. Having worked for five lieutenant governors and on several teams in the private sector, he has trained groups on topics ranging from election law to conflict resolution. Spencer earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Brigham Young University.

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Articles on Workplace Communication

The Cost of Not Paying Attention: How Interruptions Impact Knowledge Worker Productivity

by Jonathan B. Spira & Joshua B. Feintuch, Sept 2005

“In looking at interruptions, it is important to determine whether something is important, urgent, or both. Many knowledge workers simply do not differentiate, or see everything as both important and urgent.”

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Does Your Mind Go Blank Sometimes?

Spencer Hadley, June 9, 2020

During my senior year of high school, my choir teacher picked me to sing a solo for the upcoming concert. The song was Ave Maria, and my part was a simple two-line phrase in the middle of the song.

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Bandwagon Bias

Spencer Hadley, June 16, 2020

Did your parents ever say “ . . . if your friends all jumped off of a cliff . . .”? You always knew they were about to lecture you about the danger of following the crowd for its own sake. Go ahead and roll your eyes but they were on to something.

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Our Clients Are Happy With Our Courses

Spencer Monson helped us to bring our team together even as things were changing around us. While other companies struggled to keep operating, we were able to focus again on what makes us successful. We recommend the course on stress management to anyone hoping to restore normalcy to their business.

– Stacie Walton, WCPR

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