Training and Development
Contact Phone: +1.4192395732
Dr. Brandal is a member of the Professional Speakers Guild.
Dr. Kitty Brandal is an experienced independent trainer who has been training and teaching for over 20 years. She currently serves as a part-time college instructor and is the President of Corporate Compass Training and Development located in Huron, OH.
She taught various courses during her career in the U.S. Navy. She has also designed curriculum and interactive workshops for business classes in higher education and the corporate sector. Dr. Brandal earned a doctorate degree in Organizational Management and Leadership.
She offers a variety of leadership development programs, to include: Emotional Intelligence, Diversity and Inclusion, Creativity and Innovation in the Workplace, First Time Supervisor Workshop, Dealing with Difficult People, and many others.
Some of her clients include Wal-Mart, Bowling Green State University, Terra State Community College, National Machinery, several manufacturing companies, non-profit agencies, and government organizations.
She is and award winning speaker with Toastmasters International and a member of the Professional Speakers Guild. Dr. Brandal is a Reiki Master and a Certified Stress Management Coach.
The following are some of the classes, seminars and workshops she has designed and/or taught:
Creativity and Innovation
Power Presenting and Public Speaking
Human Resource Development
Learning is not a linear process. Sharing knowledge and creating webs of knowledge is not a linear process. Training isn’t about offering information for the sole question of: “What?” We have to touch the heart to touch the mind and take the time to answer the question of: “Why?" Learning is emotional. People tend to comprehend new concepts when they are emotionally engaged in the matter. We must entice people to seek out new knowledge in a comfortable and non-threatening environment.
Some companies don’t schedule training programs for their employees because they don’t think it works. Some training doesn’t work; however, other variables must be considered when training has failed. First, the company needs to look inward to identify if they inspire a culture of learning and if they are offering training and development topics that are not only mandatory - - but, appealing to employees. Then, look outward at the training. Ensure that the people who are training your employees are knowledgeable, experienced, well-spoken, value confidentiality, and are passionate about the topics they are sharing.
Corporate Compass Training and Development does not promise to change your organization and employees. Some change management experts contend that it takes 10 years for true deep change. Rather, Corporate Compass is an educational resource for your company and partners with you to inspire openness, inclusiveness, and emotion management.
I don’t want employees to dread training and look at it like it’s a chore. My training approach is engaging….and high energy! I am an award winning speaker with significant knowledge and experience in leadership, public speaking, diversity management, and emotional intelligence...and I am committed to building strong webs of knowledge with organizations who are dedicated to developing their teams.
Dr. Kitty Brandal
Kitty Brandal, PhD
What Corporate Compass does:
What Corporate Compass Doesn't Do:
Offer legal advice to organizations or employees.