About BRIC Training and Don Boice
BRIC Training was founded to offer effective and flexible solutions to help companies to build efficient, productive and stable workplaces. Don Boice brings a fun and relaxed approach to company training, with the added benefit of creating opportunity for personal growth.
Don Boice is a skilled trainer and relationship expert who has led more than 500 training presentations on more than 100 topics over 25 years. Don believes respect and listening are at the foundation of healthy personal and business relationships.
Don earned his Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania, is a New York State- Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and was an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Counselor and Trainer.
"Don is a consummate professional… His impact is heard, felt, and responded to always in a positive and constructive manner by those who participate in his sessions."
Jonathan Schott, Coordinator of Adult, Family, and Catechist Formation, Roman Catholic Diocese of Rochester
BRIC Training and Don Boice teaches, helps you plan, and then guides you to implement best practices.
At one Western New York manufacturing plant, Don Boice led the entire plant team in sessions exploring respect, emotional intelligence, and people skills. All levels – bosses, managers and support staff – learned interaction amongst their peers, their supervisors, and their subordinates. Boice Training was then invited back for a long-term soft skills mentorship with their entire management team.
Afterward, Don was approached by two individuals. One man shared that he was going through a messy divorce, but he said that he could use all the skills he learned during the training session to help his kids cope with the situation. Another man shared that, in his role as a youth sports coach, he was hearing a lot of positive feedback from parents and other coaches on his improved interactions.
Don presented "Improving Profits Through Top-Notch Listening" to the Rochester Professional Consultants Network on October 10, 2014.