WHAT DOES A PROGRAM LOOK LIKE?
Our programs blend the very best in live (virtual) and online (asynchronous) delivery. This 3-minute video explains our program architecture. We call this diagram our Subway Map, where each colored line represents a journey through the program. Click/tap below to launch the video.
Momentum continues following the program...
The design of our programs emphasizes the need for on-going impact. There's no point in a "set-and-forget" intervention: measurable change and long-term, sustainable improvement must be the result.
To achieve this we put in place the infrastructure for a sustainable, peer-led coaching culture alongside online learning that is centered on the learners' needs. Online and mobile platforms offer refresher ("microlearning") content that can be continually updated, as well as performance support at point of need.
In parallel with online support, the peer-led coaching culture is typically supported and embedded through two "light-touch" approaches: special "office hours" sessions (we call these "DOJOs") and Learning Circles which are led internally by managers themselves. These specially-designed components of the program achieve two key goals:
With the DOJO format, at scheduled times (also called "office hours") participants can attend an open-agenda session with an expert facilitator to raise any issue whatsoever (including requesting role-play practice). In this way the program can dynamically flex to specific needs and requirements of learners as they emerge—sessions can cover any relevant topic that participants wish to raise.
With Learning Circles we achieve a skills transfer whereby selected Circle Leaders within your organization are coached and scaffolded by our facilitators as they learn to conduct on-going workshops around leadership topics. This helps to build capability within your organization, and sustain on-going impact long after the conclusion of the formal phase of the program.
And finally...workbooks and study guides
Last but not least, all our programs are accompanied with detailed workbooks and study guides. These can be digital-only (in interactive PDF format) or they can be printed up and distributed to participants.
Whether digital or hard-copy, workbooks offer participants structured opportunities for "journalling" and recording reflections on all aspects of their individual development. Specific actions and intentions will also be recorded, and each participant can assess progress against these commitments.
The slides below showcase selected pages from interactive workbooks / participant guides. Please not that all program collateral will reflect the brand identity of your company and /or program.