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What Our Students Have to Say
I recently attended a two day Training from the Back of the Room course that Nash lead in D.C. and he was a great teacher! The two days were informative and educational at the same time. You could tell that a lot of time and effort went into the planning of the class. His time management was excellent. I would recommend anyone looking for TBR training to seek out one of his classes.
Avinash’s presentation of Training from the BACK of the Room (abbreviated as TBR) kept me and the other students on the edge of our seats because we were so engaged in the content and in working with each other. By the end of the class, when I picked a topic and designed training to support the objectives, selecting the techniques I wanted to use was not just easy but obvious. I made great contacts from the other students in the room, learned a lot and am happy with what I have retained of the training since. I recommend Avinash as a trainer for his ability to create an engaging, welcoming learning environment, and positive relationships among the class members.
Avinash conducted multiple workshops for our Agile Professionals User Group in Northern Virginia, achieving top feedback ratings from our audiences. In these activities, he has demonstrated diligent preparation, a brain-science-based approach to learning, and a powerful command over workshop participants. His mindset is contagious and he has the unique talent of inspiring curiosity, compassion, and problem-solving in others. Coupled with his dedication to volunteering in the agile community, I can honestly say I am a better overall human being for having gotten to known and learn from his example.
Nash was featured at the PMI Reston Luncheon to present, “Lead The Change With Values NOT Feelings”. He is an inspirational speaker that captivated the Reston attendees within seconds. Nash’s expert knowledge in Agile transformation for companies was quickly revealed at all levels of discussion. Within an hour, he was able to transform everyone’s understanding of one word, “Value”.