We should probably explain – we were training about 50 people from a London-based company and we overheard someone who had been on the course say to a colleague, “Have you been Gristed?”

We liked that. Being a verb means you are something specific. We liked it so much it became a bit of a company phrase.

So what does the verb ‘Grist’ mean?

[verb grist] 
 
verb (used with object)
1.

to change in form, appearance, or structure; metamorphose.
2.

to change in condition, nature, or character; convert.
3.

to change into another substance; transmute.
Actually that’s the definition of transform, but we like to think that’s what we do.
When we train we set out to transform your knowledge and your attitude. Our training is hard work for you, but you don’t get great results without hard work.
We want you to be changed so that what you have learned will get used and make you more successful at working with others.
Call us to find our how you can be Gristed. Call Lindsay on 07760 161 699