Learn for real, learn through fun
Our training is fun and we are very serious about it.
Forget about monotone speakers, unreadable presentations, shop-worn content.
We focus on the participant’s learning preferences and group dynamics to help grow your knowledge base, be it in a physical or digital classroom.
Everyone has a different learning preference: you may be an activist, enjoying hands-on experiments, or a reflector, preferring to observe and reflect.
We design our material taking into account all learning styles, to ensure you are able to absorb and apply your learning effectively through a journey of experience, reflection, theorising and experimentation.
Kolb’s Cycle of Experiential Learning
Training experiences tailored to learners
There is no “one size fits all” training solution. We choose what kind of training interventions to use by reading the group’s learning preferences and dynamics.
Time availability, the level of knowledge or experience of the group, cultural expectations, whether the outcome is knowledge or skills-based and whether there is more than one way to undertake a task are only some of the criteria influencing our choice.
We use fun to make our training engaging and a way to help learners feel comfortable and boost their learning experience.
And yes, coffee breaks are sacred, agreed.
We work on:
- Business coaching
- Business continuity and resilience
- Business development
- Capacity Development
- Change Management
- Conflict Resolution and Negotiation
- Consultancy skills
- Cross-cultural competencies
- Distance and Online Learning
- Enterprise development
- Equality and diversity
- Gender and Change
- Human resource management and development
- Leadership development
- Leading Change and Innovation
- Learning styles & Strategies
- Managing People & performance
- Mentorship training
- Partnership working
- Political Awareness
- Presentation skills
- Social enterprise
- Team Building & Team Development
- Training of Coaches
- Training of Facilitators
- Training of Trainers
- Trust Building
- Working with fragile and conflict-affected settings