Business simulations teach leadership skills, shift mindsets and provide understanding that you can’t find through theory alone.
Business simulations take place in a small group setting that challenges leaders by giving them the opportunity to practice and take risks so they can learn by doing and in the context of your business.
|Compression of time to show cause-and-effect patterns that would take months or even years to learn otherwise.|
|Replicates the dynamics of your business allowing leaders to apply the teachings back on the job quickly.|
|A program that allows managers to experience and see the impact of their leadership decisions and actions.|
|A risk-free environment that allows leaders to show their true working style.|
|Expert facilitators that bring the breadth of their skill and variety of backgrounds to ensure participants understand and reflect on what they are learning.|
|Comparative or competitive settings where multiple teams are working through the same simulated scenario, letting participants compare and challenge their decisions and the outcomes.|
People learn by doing and reflecting in the context of their company. Simulations provide experience and context while allowing participants to learn from their success and failures in a safe environment.
Our leadership development philosophy centers around a belief in experiential learning, one of the most efficient and effective methods for leaders to retain newly developed skills.
In our checklist, we outline some of the most important objectives a leadership development program should have, and how experiential learning meets goals
We highly encourage anyone interested in exploring the benefits of an experiential learning approach to download our checklist by submitting the form below.