I’m excited about the progress we’ve been making on the other side of the globe as we continue to expand our presence in China and Hong Kong and we re-introduce ourselves in Japan. CPI’s own Daniel Gugala recently arrived back from his second trip overseas in just the past few months and was recently interviewed
by CN-Healthcare about our activities in China.
CPI has been making great progress since we entered the Chinese market
at the end of 2012, not only with the current group of Certified Instructors but in creating new relationships as well.
We recently held a Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®
training program in Hong Kong that made quite the impression on those who attended. I’m always thrilled that our philosophy is embraced whenever and wherever we train.
While in Hong Kong, Daniel also met with 50 different leaders in health care, mental health, education, human services, and other fields. These leaders were very eager to learn more about us, our philosophy, and our training programs. It was a great step for us as we continue to forge effective relationships for all involved.
In Japan, Daniel saw the recertification of seven Instructors. It’s been a number of years since CPI has had a presence in Japan and I’m happy to say that they welcomed us back with open arms. We are committed to making sure that the bonds we have built only strengthen over time. We’re proud to have these wonderful people back in the CPI family.
These trips prove how many more commonalities we have than differences. The reason our training programs are so successful around the globe is the fact that we teach people to respond to human behaviors and human behaviors are the same no matter where you live.
Everyone we meet, regardless of country, culture, or language, is interested in providing the best Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM
for their employees and the people they serve. We are committed to bringing you the best training programs and customer support possible, no matter what part of the world you call home.