We design original and custom curriculums that set both employees and their organizations in the trajectory toward the desired outcome.

"In times of change, learners inherit the earth, while the others find themselves equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists"

Eric Hoffer, Social Philosopher and Author

Our approach

Curriculum Development

Develop original and custom curriculums, aligned with the individual, role, and organizational goals.

Course design and learning methodology

Design courses to bring the curriculum in life and generate the desired learning outcome. This may include:

  • Experiential learning
  • Experimenting
  • Feedback & appraisals
  • Homework
  • Informal / social learning
  • Journaling
  • Lectures
  • Mentoring
  • Micro-learning
  • Observations
  • Peer learning
  • Personalized learning
  • Reasoning & debating
  • Reflection
  • Spaced learning
  • Teaching others
  • Workshops

Learning coaching

Not all learners have the same drive, commitment, or learning style. Learning coaching helps each learner get and apply the most they can from each learning experience.

Learning program impact evaluation

The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the impact of the program: that the learning experience actually transformed the people in the way intended.

Learner Experience (LX) Design

Map the learners’ journey and create learning experiences so they enjoy the learning process, they learn, and they apply newly acquired knowledge - all while cultivating a learning organizational culture.

Is it for my organization?

This is exactly what you need if:

> You care about your leaders and you believe they can be a driving force of success.

> You don't have an organized L&D department.

> You only have a handful of people working on your people's development, missing great opportunities for faster growth due to their limited resources and time.

> You watch other organizations be more competitive and innovative, while you struggle to catch up.

> Your leaders have been attending trainings but there have been little real change in the way they do things.

> You are concerned with your leaders' ability to lead.