Sustained learning techniques are used to ensure that our training is not only hard-hitting, challenging and provoking - but that it is relevant and achieves real ROI.
Deeply practical programs focus on teaching new skills and trying them out. Learn more
Participants are highly engaged, constantly learning & seeing results on the day. Learn more
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Participants are deeply engaged, constantly learning and see results on the day – giving them the confidence to keep practicing their skills and improve their capability once they leave the training room.
Understanding 'How' you need to shift skills is vital. Many courses focus on 'What' and 'Why' – missing this key step. Our deeply practical programs focus on teaching you immediately applicable skills.
New behaviours and attitudes are formed by frequent, consistent and conscious practice over time; this builds new neural connections. Our programs use techniques, materials, people and practical experiences that force you to build these new cognitive pathways.
Support doesn’t stop after our training ends. Everyone is invited to our thriving alumni community. Offering a supportive LinkedIn Group, regular complementary events and content. Our facilitators love to champion your team's progression.
Review the sustained learning techniques we use by clicking on the dropdown menu below. Some are subtle but with constant reinforcement, they ensure we achieve results.
What is it?
Visual aids are an essential element of effective communication, but they must be used wisely. We find the use of PowerPoint slides is often relied on as a script by facilitators, which distracts participants from the key messages. Our facilitators commonly use flipcharts to draw out key concepts and build ideas to show how you can deliver impactful communications – without relying on a deck of slides.
Why it works?
Drawing helps to embed the learning because it provides a sensory experience that builds on the page. The audience are far more engaged as they look to see what will appear rather than scanning ahead over pre-prepared slides. This style of visual learning offers another way to understand and we are often told by participants that they find it easier to remember the key concepts.
How we use it?
Our facilitators use flip charting in the delivery of our programs to sketch and write out the key concepts. Participants are also provided with colourful markers and a workbook to draw images and notes, which helps with memory and stimulates deeper learning.
Our deeply practical programs focus on teaching you immediately applicable skills. Our expert facilitators incorporate a broad range of sustained learning tools and techniques into their delivery.
We create training and coaching programs that work, helping organisations translate their cultural and strategic aspirations into deep execution.
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