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Team-based Simulations as “Multi-Dimensional Learning Platforms”

One of the important benefits of team-based business simulations which is sometimes overlooked is the fact that, aside from the learning opportunities based on the knowledge directly embedded in the simulation, they can also act as great observatories of human behaviour. Simulation participants tend to very quickly forget it is just a simulation, and any […]

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Values/Behaviour Questionnaires for Short High-Impact Leadership Development Sessions

This article explores how you can create and quickly deliver short Values/Behaviour Clarification Questionnaires to engage business communities on leadership development and change management programmes about key values and the critical behaviours needed to support them in order to improve individual and team performance. The great thing about this approach is that if designed properly […]

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TrainingZone Article: Can informal learning be formalised without destroying the magic?

I was delighted to write a guest article earlier this month for the excellent online magazine. I decided to explore the fundamental paradox of Informal Learning, namely, whether an inherently self-directed and personal practice can be scaled to benefit a whole community of practitioners without destroying its very essence and magic?   Read the […]

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