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Why your business needs experiential learning

Team Building Experiential Learning

Get better results from your staff training by using experiential learning

It isn’t enough just to learn the theory behind new ideas and skills. You need to put them into practice to see how they work before you can utilise them in the real world. That’s why “learning by doing” is becoming increasingly popular. Combined with expert facilitation and debriefs it boosts morale, motivation and productivity, improves communication and supports employees to get to know each other better and understand the team’s strengths and weaknesses.

It is important that you use facilitators experienced in this […]

Do you know if your team is in peak mental condition?

Put your staff to the ultimate test with our mental fitness one day team challenge

It used to be said that we only use 10% of our brain, leaving the rest as an untapped well of potential. Although science has now proven that we do, in fact, use all of our brain, it is still true that many of us aren’t performing at our mental best. If you’re tired of foggy thinking leading to poor productivity or you believe that your staff could do with a mental pick me up, then our Mental Fitness One Day […]

Ease into employment with graduate training programmes

Graduate training programmes can smooth the transition from student to employee so you can start your career on the right foot

After graduation, you might have an impressive array of academic qualifications under your belt, but it can be a big culture shock moving from university into the world of business. That’s why most large companies recognise that graduates with excellent qualifications have a lot to offer, but may be lacking in vital work experience to realise that potential. This is where a graduate training programme comes in.

It’s no wonder that good graduate schemes can […]

Cut Employee Turnover… in 5 Simple Steps!

cut employee turnover

It costs a lot to hire and train your staff, and as a result, it’s vital to find ways to hold on to them! Here’s some tips to reduce employee turnover.

If you’ve got high staff turnover, you’ll already know that it can be something of a problem. Not only does it cost a lot to continually recruit and train new members of staff, but having staff continually leave can be disruptive to the rest of your team too.

Believe it or not, holding on to your staff is easier than you might think […]

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