Interaction Associates Named to Prestigious Top 20 Leadership Training Company List by TrainingIndustry.com for 3rd Straight Year

BOSTON – February 10, 2014 – Interaction Associates (IA) is counted among the top leadership development firms for 2014 in the annual Top 20 ranking by a leading authority on best practices in the training industry, TrainingIndustry.com.

IA, a global leader in building collaborative cultures through its consulting, training and development, and coaching services, was selected for the Top 20 list for the third straight year. The Top 20 list honors companies for demonstrating excellence in key areas, including: company size and growth potential; strength of clients; geographic reach; market experience; thought leadership and influence within the leadership training industry; industry recognition and innovation; breadth of programs and range of audiences served; and service delivery methods.

"Submissions for the fifth annual Top 20 Leadership Training Companies were the most robust we have seen for any segment of the corporate training market," Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, Training Industry, Inc. said in a company press release announcing the 2014 Top 20 list. "This year’s Top 20 list is a collection of the best of the best in the support of this leadership evolution."

TrainingIndustry.com’s Top 20 list is based on extensive research, interactions with companies around the world, and thorough analysis of the capabilities, experience, and expertise of hundreds of learning organizations.

"Interaction Associates winning this honor for the third straight year validates the practical value of our global leadership development programs, which are being delivered to many of the Fortune 500 worldwide," said Linda Stewart, CEO of Interaction Associates. "The nomination was based, in part, on our innovative leadership development curricula in the areas of Women in Leadership, Strategic Thinking, Leading Innovation, Team Leadership, and others — as well as our company's healthy growth over the past twelve months," she added.