HBR paper on how involving people in the design of something increases their commitment to it. Very useful when designing training! DOWNLOAD NOW
This is an excellent exercise about communication, collaboration and assumptions. Designed to be run in a face-to-face setting, it can be easily adapted to suit a virtual setting (suggestions provided). It works best for a group of around 10 people and you wil need around 20 minutes to run it. DOWNLOAD NOW
A classic game played to illustrate how we put up artificial barriers between individuals/teams at work, which leads to competition rather than co-operation, and is damaging to the customer/organisation. The game lasts from 30-45 minutes (depends how tightly you manage the time) and you will need a separate room or area for half the group….
Accelerated Learning is the term used for ‘brain-friendly’ way of training people quickly AND so that learning sticks. It is a principle that brings together key points from neuroscience and learning theory that encourages working WITH the brain and our natural tendencies, rather than against them. Accelerated Learning unlocks much of our potential for learning…