Workshops are custom designed to help attendees dive deeper into work that shifts their path and moves them towards a life of unending possibilities.
Building a Workplace Community
The two-hour workplace community workshop is a fantastic venue to grow from where you live. Inspiration is created by taking innovative steps toward goals.
A breakout session includes an interactive conversation on building workplace community and guides participants in developing belonging, shared vision, and generational knowledge sharing with the purpose of growing stronger and more resilient.
Designing for Learning Innovation
This half day Learning innovation workshop guides chief learning officers, HRD managers and training specialists with a strong basis in knowledge discovery, capture, and sharing. We then explore structures and frameworks for building both individual and organizational learning through training and development.
This is an advanced workshop that covers learning theory, talent development, organizational learning, knowledge transfer, systems theory, and sense-making.
Leveraging Sense-making for Organizational Performance
The two-hour Sense-making workshop is a catalyst for shifting focus from a system-centered to user-centered phenomena perspective. Sense-making shifts away from sender and receiver to constructions that are entangled with time, places, and perspectives.
Sense-making assumes humans live in an ever-changing reality that is full of information gaps. Sense-making is the perpetual process of building bridges across information gaps.
Bridges are built (i.e., sense is made) through creating, seeking, using, and rejecting information and knowledge.
Sense-making aims to design practices and frameworks that are meaningful and contextual, rather than continued reliance on frameworks created by experts and imposed on users. This design comes from agents utilizing sense-making methods as they navigate their environment while balancing between structure and agency to develop relevant frameworks for their time and space.