Leadership is a critical skillset for managers and senior employees. Whether it is managing expectations, driving change, enhancing team work or developing people, the skills of leadership must be designed in a practical and experiential manner.
Digital disruption is here and leaders must be inclined to enhance their capacity to learn and change at breakneck speeds in order to bring effective innovations into the organization. However, our skills of learning and managing change are limited.
Not all training is meant to be done in classroom lessons. In fact, research shows that classroom lessons reduce the effectiveness of learning rather than enhance it. As a result, the ability for a facilitator to create simulated spaces will help learning and transfer.