Listen to any animated conversation and you’ll hear people talking about their experiences. Their animation comes from the “felt” sense of what happened -- whether the experience was exciting, playful, mind-numbing, frustrating, boring or scary.
The focus is on the subjective components of the experience and how it both informs and transforms people, their patterns of behavior, the choices they make and the results they get. This generates results in ways that purely intellectual learning cannot.
Each training session consists of a series of progressive activities and initiative problems in which immediate action must be taken by the team to solve or sort out. These challenges bring to light participant specific limiters, illuminate growth opportunities and make note of leadership strengths…and failings in that team.
Out of countless change methods we have offered over the years, the art and science of experience-based learning generates the most rapid, distinctive and reproducible results.
“Interactive” experiences require an immediate approach, yielding collaborative solutions, prompting powerful conversations of exceptional perhaps unprecedented clarity, and all precisely linked to the company’s successes and challenges.