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Our 90-minute discussion modules are used for team development, peer coaching, leadership development and organizational change. Each module combines high quality content with reflective questions and exercises. Participants work through a module in small groups of 5 to 6 managers from a similar level or an intact team. They meet in person or on a conference or video call. The module is facilitated by one of the senior participants, or by a coach or facilitator with expertise anchoring and directing discussions for greater organizational impact.
The process is a simple yet highly effective approach to learning new management and leadership skills, improving collaboration, building trust, learning from each other, and building a sense of community in the organization.
Using our modules organizations or coaches and facilitators deliver:
- 90-minute peer coaching interventions using any one of our over 75 modules. With a series of modules groups can work in depth on development and organizationl change themes; such as enhancing strategic thinking, improving teamwork, understanding and changing culture, and more.
- 90-minute workshops/reflection cafes for cohorts of 10 to 250 participants. When used with larger groups our modules enables organizations to build community, align around common values and goals and break down silos.
Program designers use our modules to create a variety of solutions. For example:
- Starting a number of groups at different levels in an organization, and selecting a curriculum of modules aligned with a common change model results in a highly effective change program.
- Assigning modules to participants in a leadership program for use between classroom events adds a self-guided peer learning and peer coaching component.
- Using our modules quarterly with small groups of leadership program alumni adds a continuous learning element to any leadership and management program.
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