Our Unique Process

When you look through rose-colored glasses, everything is lining up for a great 2015 because the US economy grew 5% in the 3rd quarter, the fastest growth in 11 years.  Whoopie!

However, some old, familiar problems still remain:

  • Leadership continues to be the number one development need in organizations.
  • Ability to motivate others still is the number one leadership deficiency.

The leadership industry has been hammering on these problems for decades.  So I ask you, in this day and age, why should those problems still haunt organizations? My answer: the leadership training industry on the whole uses grossly ineffective training paradigms.  We don’t!

Our Unique Process is in fact an actual process.   It is not a series of events!  What are the main differences between the two that make our Process a Unique Value?  In our Process we:

  • Emphasize an “Education Model 1” rather than defaulting to traditional classroom “training” paradigms.
  • Use “Active Learning 2” principles in place of the notoriously ineffective “classroom ”
  • Enable participants’ by means of “Self-Pacing 3 coupled with an online “On-Demand Feedback” tool.
  • Rely on “Measurable Results 4to gauge and verify progress and improvements over

All used as one, This Process yields a remarkable Return on Value!

REFERENCES

  1. Kirkpatrick, D.L., & Kirkpatrick, J.D. (2005). Transferring Learning to Behavior, Berrett-Koehler Publishers
  2. Bonwell, et. al. Active Learning: Creating Excitement in the Classroom. http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED336049.pdf
  3. Keller, Fred S. Goodbye Teacher.. JABA, 1968, 1, 79-89
  4. Saks, A.M., & Burke, L.A. (2012).  An investigation into the relationship between training evaluation and transfer of training.

International Journal of Training and Development, 16 (2), 118-127


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