Three Different Styles of Training – How Are They Different?
Find out about three different styles of training – knowledge-based, fun skill-building, and leadership consulting. Which style is right for your group?
“Any fool can know. The point is to understand.“— Einstein
Knowledge-based training is one of the most effective ways to develop a new or existing business skill. A training session that is knowledge-based focuses on providing the right information, toolsets, step-by-step processes, and frameworks for participants to truly understand what they’re learning.
If your group is interested in knowledge-based learning, Skill Development Training programs are more than just a “typical” seminar or lecture. The sessions all have built-in practice times so individuals can immediately exercise their skills after they learn them. Our facilitators also tailor each course to cover topics important to your business, and follow up afterwards to help ensure your team sustains results.
“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.“— Aristotle
Some employees learn more effectively when they’re in a more hands-on and interactive environment. Fun skill-building training uses “experiential learning” processes to help groups of employees practice what they learn.
Experiential Learning programs put the focus on fun, to help make sure the training is memorable and effective. Participants aren’t sitting down; they’re up and moving around as they complete unique teamwork challenges and practice new skills.
“Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.“— Eisenhower
Leadership Coaching & Consulting programs can help get to the heart of your training needs. The Innate Leaders team builds each program from the ground-up specifically for your team, to address the unique challenges of your business. The programs are multi-day and in-depth solutions that put your team’s leadership styles under a microscope, to make your group more effective leaders.
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