It’s as much about the Journey, as it is about Performance

Performance Journeys is more than an organizational title. It’s a marriage of two ideas. And along with our timepiece/compass ensign, we hope to express two critical concepts:


We are built on the idea that organizational performance is the first priority–training is second. Therefore, we fit our learning solutions to your needs, not the other way around. Moreover, we do our work best when we create solutions that support business objectives. After all, the journey is meaningless unless it is truly aligned with an organization’s critical goals and outcomes.


This word carries two meanings. First, journey suggests the approach we take toward getting performance where it needs to be. Our strength does not lie in promoting a single instructional path, but in the ability to integrate a variety of delivery platforms: classroom, online, conferencing, simulations, job aids, coaching, media and more. Our recommendations for learning are often unique, out-of-the-box solutions but they are carefully fitted to individual needs.

The second context for Journeys is about our approach for creating performance. If performance is about what you do, the journey is about how you do it. We think the way employees interact, the way they approach their work, and indeed, the way they carry on their own life’s journey is significant if performance is to be meaningful.

So we formed a unique organization dedicated to your performance and the journey that takes you there. For many, that journey requires a customized solution. For others, the solution lies in a wide array of established workshops and programs. Given our mission, we are best suited for those who are:

  • Needing to tie training to real performance needs.
  • Looking for unique, one-of-a-kind learning experiences.
  • Seeking partners to help transform their organizations.

Therefore, as Performance Journeys, our promise to you as a training and development group is to get you the results you want in the way that matters most.