The goal of training seems so simple: a change in behavior.
A change in behavior of the individual professional, of the team, and ultimately of the entire organisation, for instance in order to:
• become more effective, lose less time
• deliver better results faster, consistently deliver higher quality work
• be able to use the creative power of various perspectives instead of engaging in conflict
• do the right things, the right way, at the right time
Yet how do you effectively change your behavior, or the behavior of your people? We all tend to get used and attached to our own approaches, our own ways, our own patterns.
Everyone who tried, knows how hard it is to change these behavioral patterns. Think of the decision to stop smoking, or to start regular exercise, do some sports; even when we know this will benefit us!
Through carefully built up training programs, addressing individual experience, understanding, awareness and skills development, this change in behavior can be realised.
In individuals, teams and organisations.