Our teaching program is founded on concepts from the fields of Systemic theory, Neurosciences, Positive Psychology, Constructivism and Emotional Intelligence.
Learning to do differently is a process geared towards a desire for change. This process integrates the appropriation of various strategies, teaching the learner when to use the knowledge he has gained, when to adjust it and how to claim ownership of his learning process.
We transfer information from one context to another if we have experienced situations enabling us to build such bridges at the highest level. Our approach is based on the professional contexts of the participants, through dynamic interactions alternating between transfer of knowledge and business experimentation in the field.
Participants practice the systemic approach as well as other trans-disciplinary tools. Professional situations brought in by the participants are explored during mentoring session where everyone can experience - thus participants have the opportunity to try out their ability to coach, integrating the systemic approach and strategic coaching tools such as metaphors, analogies, and paradoxes.
Insight is the result of experiences where one is intellectually connected, emotionally engaged and physically involved.
Learning to change, thus requires a context in which the joy and chaos related to exploration and questioning are constantly present.