Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as “learning through reflection on doing”. It combines immersive activities that mimic real-world challenges with a targeted debrief that connects the lessons learned with the reality of the workplace. When participants personally experience the results (both successes and failures) that comes with applying their existing skill sets in our interactive scenarios, it drives a commitment to apply their new knowledge in order to deliver more impressive results in the real world.
It’s crucial that experiential learning exercises mirror reality, but take participants outside of their day-to-day environment into another context. For example, an experiential learning event designed to promote a long-term commitment to deliver continued sales growth for a company through a consistent application of company values might place participants in an ancient challenge, employed by King Arthur, to determine whether they had what it took to become a commercial advisor to King Arthur and sit at his Council of the Marble Star.
You will go a long way to find an activity that is so closely aligned to the everyday business situations we encounter.
Thanks for everything. This was brilliant and really professionally presented!
The group really enjoyed the session as did I. Hopefully it will be the first of many.
The team was hugely charged after the morning's activities. Please pass on my thanks to your team.
The session was brilliant...absolutely brilliant! I'm so pleased with the learnings, the outcome and the way the team participated.
Just a note of thanks for the excellent energy and activity you completed with us yesterday. The session was well presented and facilitated.
Thank you for sharing the feedback from the participants. I chatted with many of the team and they found the session both relevant and very enjoyable, as I did.
We hope to build on the experience of this course and make it very tangible for the P2P day to day activities. Thank you for your professional approach and delivery.
The Council of the Marble Star uses a theme that engages participants and requires them to use their existing skills, but within that context teaches an important lesson: that organisational growth can only be achieved in the long term if the manner in which that success is achieved delivers customer loyalty.
This information is brought to life through a debrief that enables the participants to understand and appreciate the lessons they have learned, strategise about how they could have done better, and discuss how they can apply their new knowledge in the real world.
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