About Perception Learning

As they say, life is short.
When we spend about one-third of our lives at work, we need to make it count. Perception Learning exists to help people be their very best at work and in life. We give employees the skills they need to thrive. We help leaders improve the ways they serve their teams. With exceptional employee training and development courses and motivational speaker learning experiences, we help organizations get better results so they can provide exceptional careers for their people.

Achieving this can't just consist of "sending people to training." We have to create learning experiences that are meaningful, fun, and enduring. We have to ground the learning experience in the real world and we have to reinforce it regularly. We have to make sure that staff development actually turns into change.

We have to do this because when people can bring their best to work and contribute to something bigger than themselves, a big part of our lives becomes tangibly better.

Life is too short for bad training.
Perception Learning is here to help.

Stacy Cook, Principal

Stacy Cook is an inspiring speaker, trainer, and organizational development consultant focused on practically creative solutions to challenging, real-world problems. She specializes in analyzing, developing, delivering, and evaluating customized training courses and programs aligned with corporate development and change management initiatives. She has conducted over 3,000 hours of classroom corporate training on subjects related to performance management, building resilience, presentation skills, meeting effectiveness, leadership development, coaching skills, workforce planning, and many more.

A recognized thought leader and motivational speaker, Ms.Cook has led a variety of public presentations on the topic of Learning and Development, including the ATD International Conference and Exposition and the SHRM Annual Conference.

Ms. Cook holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, International Studies, and Russian Language and Literature from the University of Wisconsin. She also holds a Master of Arts in Adult Learning and Leadership from the Teachers College of Columbia University in New York City.