When the invite arrived you immediately recalled the feelings of last time. Maybe it wasn’t the right training for you it seemed to need to tick some compliance boxes for others. A shame as actually there was real value there for you and your colleagues. It can be like that. Could this be the story for a colleague in your organisation?
We’re all about creating a learning experience that stays with colleagues in their day-to-day work to make a difference.
We’ll bring energy and focus for the most memorable and productive time together.
To do that we’ll help you engage the learner beforehand, set the scene in the room and tie your content to the individual point of perspective of the learner. Real measurable and lasting outcomes. Let me explain how this works ..
“I love the structure it allows people to very clearly see how things impact on each other. People can make tangible connections and see the knock-on effects for all other departments and teams .. Brainstorming through structure!”
“.. a really good way of problem solving .. great facilitation gets us involved straight away .. a completely different way of approaching it, which is very refreshing. It’s fun and engaging. Everyone has been thoroughly involved in using our brains and that’s what you want people to do. Gets results!” that’s what you want people to do. Feels natural and at the same time it gets results!”
We’ll help you focus how you identify the learning needs of your colleagues. Using their own BIG PICTURE® to address their challenges and exploring their own opportunities.
This ensures you have the right people in the right rooms room are the right people for the right content. More focus and so a better use of your budget.
At the start of the sessions we’ll work with you to set the scene with learners. That means encouraging connections with their own perspective of their work. Engaged colleagues taking responsibility for making sense of it all.
The meat in the sandwich is your content.
This doesn’t need to change much initially but you might like to make connections as you see how powerful the combination is.
A more interesting delivery. At the end a focus on what this means for each colleague.
‘How is it going to be help me do something better?’ ‘What does better mean?’
A conversation which is taken back to into the learner’s day-to-day work.