Our experiential learning method prepares executives with a creative toolkit to keep up with the pace of innovation today.
We use a hands-on approach to developing these essential, but too often overlooked, capabilities and employ an iterative learning cycle as a catalyst for exponential growth.
Leaders develop capabilities through a customized combination of:
- In Person and Online Engagement
- Individual and Group Learning
- Divergent and Convergent thinking exercises
Leadership development AT GE
Facing significant change in the market, a Fortune 500 company needed its leaders to embrace a new mindset around innovation, one that would enable them to get to new ideas quicker, adopt a more agile mindset, and see possibilities before obstacles.
We created an experiential-learning course, that is presented to a different group of executives each month. We have invited a variety of artists to engage with them to demonstrate how to use practices of professional creatives to fuel innovation in their work.
Our engagement went from an optional elective to a required component of a learning program attended by thousands of leaders in the company. A crucial tier of the organization has gained language and confidence to draw out more creative, resourceful solutions from their team and lead change from within their departments.
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN CHESTerfield county
A county government - seasoned in perfecting processes - was caught unprepared for significant cultural shifts in their community. The leadership was in need of a new perspective to help them adjust how they operate internally in order to remain relevant to their constituents and keep up with the pace of change.
Through a dynamic ALR work session, leaders were challenged to get out of their comfort zones, put aside perfection, and find new solutions with limited resources. We provided a real-world experience, which confronted mindsets about the risks and rewards of flexibility and adaptability in practice.
In addressing their own resistances to change head-on, this civic leadership team took a crucial first step towards redefining organizational approaches to address the significant cultural changes happening in their community.