Employees who help shape and/or give feedback on learning solutions for their organization and do not have a background in instructional design (e.g., stakeholders and SMEs).
Participants learn how to maximize their contributions to a learning solution from analysis to evaluation by exploring how they fit into the process, understanding what’s wanted and needed from them, and learning to communicate feedback effectively.
Employees who create learning programs for their organization and aren’t formally trained in instructional design.
Participants transform a short workshop from adequate to excellent by learning to define clear outcomes and design an engaging training program that achieves them using adult learning principles.
Through innovative learning solutions, expand employees’ capacity to serve
society in ways that matter to their organization.
We are revolutionizing learning and how it is created. We break the mold through
meaningful, inspired contributions from everyone we co-create with. Our process
allows people to have fun, grow, make their mark, and feel proud.
Cultivate a consistent practice of placing your attention on what’s good—on being and doing good. Have and assume the best intentions. Look for the best in everyone and every situation.
Strive for excellence in your personal conduct and work product. Express your best self, and do your best work. Take responsibility for creating the conditions necessary for both.
Be a “learn it all” versus a “know it all” and open to the possibility of learning something new.
Everyone makes mistakes. It’s a good way to learn.
Be honest. Be clear and consistent about your ethical standards. Align words and actions. Act with integrity for its own sake.
See each situation for what it is, and respond to what is in a way that’s best for all. Accept change as a given. Welcome and pursue alternatives.
Recognize your part in current circumstances. Shed your position if it benefits the goal at hand.
The best learning occurs not through words but through immersion in an experience.
Johnson & Johnson (via PDI Ninth House)
Advantage Performance Group
Applied Performance Solutions, Inc.
PDI Ninth House, a Korn/Ferry Company
Insight Enterprises, Inc.
Coca-Cola Enterprises (via SweetRush)
Corning, Inc. (via Sapereon)
PepsiCo (via SweetRush)
Bank of America (via SweetRush)
Morgan Stanley (via SweetRush)
Wells Fargo (via SweetRush)
Gap, Inc. (via APSI)
Macy’s (via APG)
Old Navy (via APSI)
American Management Association
The Arc of San Francisco
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
FedEx (via PDI Ninth House)
Global Experience Specialists
Honda (via APG)
Ocean Beach Consulting