” Learning is more effective when
it is an active versus a passive process “
LEARNING BY DOING
I am a big proponent of learning by doing.
Doing implies action.
Developing a competency and/or changing a behaviour requires not only understanding the value proposition and theory behind the concept,
but also having the opportunity to make it real by applying it.
Applying it includes a combination of practice, feedback, encouragement and then more practice, practice, practice.
Enough practice until the confidence is developed to shift to the new way of doing things.
Ongoing one-on-one coaching in between group learning sessions is a key enabler of that approach.
To that end, I am able to support my clients by supplementing my group facilitation capabilities with my one-on-one coaching offering.
AND LOTS OF PRACTICE
AND LOTS OF PRACTICE
If you are not willing to learn,
no one can help you.
If you are determined to learn,
no one can stop you.
I also believe that Learning and Growth (L&G) initiatives should be energizing and engaging.
The offerings that I help design and deliver are very interactive, action oriented and fun.
I have facilitated and/or led numerous interactive sessions, both classroom-based and virtual (i.e. webinars).
Topics that I have covered include
- Developing YOUR trusted business relationship building capabilities
- Enhancing YOUR relationship selling capabilities
- Broadening YOUR network (and having fun while doing it 🙂 )
- Performance Management. YOU can’t manage what YOU can’t measure
- The evolving role of the Finance Organization. Comparing YOUR priorities to those of YOUR peers
Potential Topics include
I am also very interested in exploring any of the topics that I have covered through my blogs and ideas for blogs
- Only 12.5% of the workforce are engaged. What can YOU do to improve the statistics? For YOU and/or those you work with
- Losing weight (in my case 1/3 of my body mass) and keeping it off. The majority of people are not able to. Are YOU?
- Leadership is in high demand these days yet there appears to be a shortage in this space. How can YOU help close this gap?
I would love to explore other potential topics.
Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any ideas that you would like to discuss.
“Thank you so much for the session! You kept us engaged through the entire session and the learning was great! Having attended a number of learning sessions/opportunities, surprisingly, it is not always that the facilitator has as much passion and exceptional knowledge of the subject matter as you do!”