$1,595 + taxes
2 days - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
April 29, 30, 2020
Change is a constant. Managers must always be on the hunt for ways to help employees and teams learn more effectively. In formal and informal work settings, people tend to act in ways that are detrimental to the team: making hasty decisions, being unreceptive to different viewpoints and failing to be objective about their actions. This type of conduct, often the result of reflexive behaviours, undermines a group’s ability to resolve complex problems together.
Research has shown that understanding your own learning style can go a long way toward increasing your capacity to adapt to the complex and unpredictable world we work and live in. If you recognize your customary approach to new situations and become aware of the other options open to you, you enhance not only your own adaptability but also that of others.
In this course, we invite you to explore your own learning style, put it to the test in small groups and discover other learning styles as well. We will use the co-development method, a compelling way of catalyzing group learning. While tackling an actual work problem, you will try out the four methods of learning in your search for solutions.
Professionals, managers, executives and leaders who want to acquire the skills they need to foster learning, interdependence and collaboration in their teams. Co-development is a useful approach for all sorts of projects, issues and concerns, including the following:
Participants in all of our seminars will receive a certificate of completion from Executive Education HEC Montréal.