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Companies don’t perform, people do. People are at the heart of all of these critical success factors and they need support, help, guidance to do their jobs to the best of their ability.
How best to develop knowledge, skills and behaviours in your people? Traditionally, the answer has been, choose a training provider, agree the objectives and content, book a training room, send out invites and release people from their day jobs. Job done!
The problem is, we’re all tired of training courses. Most of us hate sitting in a classroom lecture with endless Powerpoint slides and a massive workbook. We want a different approach. We want relevance, topicality, credibility, to be involved, to be actively engaged in the learning experience, to help shape the outcomes and agreed actions, to be a crucial part of the follow and transfer into the workplace.
Whilst we are completely committed to achieve or exceed agreed return on investment, we believe that learning and development is more effective when the participants have fun during the process. We understand that each participants has the ultimate power to embrace or resist learning and skills transfer to the workplace so we focus on individual learning needs and preferences and try to satisfy each and every learner.
Our interactions are often commented on as ‘different’, ‘refreshing’ and ‘inspirational’. We take time
to understand the bigger picture so that we can react quickly and adapt our style, format and method to match the needs of our audience.

A typical programme will often include a number of different learning interactions, such as:

  • Formal mentoring
  • Performance coaching
  • Executive coaching
  • Academy style programmes
  • Blended learning with sustainability focus
  • Social learning, self driven learning
  • Peer round-table discussions
  • Skills clinics
  • On-the-job buddy coaching
  • Business games
  • Acted simulations
  • Open forum theatre
  • 360, multi-rater assessment
  • The use of style & preference assessment
  • Action learning projects
  • Webinars and Online learning