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  1. Revisiting a definition of Experiential Learning in a world of restricted delivery

    Revisiting a definition of Experiential Learning in a world of restricted delivery It’s clear that the past couple of years have been a massive challenge to anybody tasked with delivering learning to either adults or young people. To those of us who have a belief in, and commitment to, experiential learning, this challenge has been both interesting and somewhat divisive. There are practitioners who have become even more ... Read more...
  2. Bold gestures that support learning - interesting research for facilitators

    Bold gestures that support learning - interesting research for facilitators I’m a great one for using my hands when I’m trying to communicate, and I find that the more self-conscious I get about this trait the poorer my communication gets. I was aware of this, but hadn’t given it too much thought until I recognised that one of the negative effects of the past 18 months is the extent to which the many hours of Zoom ... Read more...
  3. Be careful how you sell your “Fresh Start” – Do you have the tools to make it a success?

    Be careful how you sell your “Fresh Start” – Do you have the tools to make it a success? The early months of 2021 have presented our customers, and organisations around the world, with a host of opportunities to declare that it’s time for a “Fresh Start”. A performance or operational reset that allows them to put the past behind them and declare that they are ‘starting from day one’. It’s a great way to get team members ... Read more...
  4. Time for Team (re) building? Here's some advice for selecting Icebreakers…

    Time for Team (re) building?  Here's some advice for selecting Icebreakers… Just about every work conversation I have at the moment involves people from the L+D community anticipating a return to face-to-face or hybrid (face to face and on-line) delivery of learning. As I said in last month’s blog I’m counseling an approach which makes no assumptions about how employees and colleagues will be when they return - there... Read more...
  5. Gamification, Experiential Learning and the Challenge of Virtual Learning

    Gamification, Experiential Learning and the Challenge of Virtual Learning Education has always been a fertile space for the creation of new terminology and models. Applied in the right spaces these concepts and semantics help us to more-accurately define what we do, but applied more casually they obscure real and important differences in approach. The pandemic has driven a great deal of learning on-line, and created the ... Read more...
  6. Developing Curiosity and Agility at arms-length?

    Developing Curiosity and Agility at arms-length? Last week my colleague Graham Cook, MD of RSVP Design, passed me a report to read, suggesting that it was highly relevant to how we support our customers in developing new business strategies for a very different world. The survey was compiled by Survey Monkey and, as you would expect, makes much use of data gathered from US companies. 2 key ... Read more...
  7. 5 Reasons Creative Writing Is One Of The Best Forms Of Experiential Learning

    5 Reasons Creative Writing Is One Of The Best Forms Of Experiential Learning Everyone has unique preferences when it comes to learning, but experiential learning is something that benefits everyone. It engages the brain in a way that no other form of learning does, forcing you to think for yourself instead of simply absorbing and regurgitating the materials you’re being presented with. As for what it can involve, there... Read more...
  8. How to build trust: The Trust Equation in practice

    How to build trust: The Trust Equation in practice The trust equation or trust formula in practice: "Hard to build, easy to destroy" Thats the type of response I often get when working with managers or leaders and exploring the concept of trust. It seems to me that trust, real trust, in people in positions of authority is a rapidly diminishing thing and that blame and suspicion are, perhaps with ... Read more...

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