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If so, this course offers all the above: gamified leadership development that engages the leaders with the story of a successful leader, Amundsen, allowing them to play, have fun and grow at the same time.
It is often difficult to keep the enthusiasm of managers who have been to many training programs to engage in new classroom courses. They can lose their inspiration, openness and eagerness to join a new class, as they might lack the application of the learned theories. Additionally, generation Y talents have a different learning style, preferring more practical, engaging and fun learning opportunities compared to traditional training courses. They require a different, inspiring and involving environment to learn something new.
The Amundsen programme is designed in such a way that it offers the excitement and fun of a game, while also allowing participants to learn and apply new approaches and essential and effective leadership skills. We inspire managers with the story of a successful leader and his team, who were able to achieve success under merciless circumstances thanks to a great strategy and preparation, a well formed team, the willingness to take risks, good leadership, and focusing on the main goal. We will review what challenges they had to deal with and will link them to the current world of business and the participants’ everyday challenges.
The programme is fully customizable to meet the learning needs of company’s participants, while they are engaged in a board game, doing tasks in two competing teams. We suggest choosing 2 topics from the leadership development areas like goal setting, motivation, feedback giving, etc., and we will shape the training to focus on practicing these skills across the various sessions of the Amundsen board game.
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Many leaders assume engagement is a task for top management and HR. But is engagement something that you can only influence from the top? What is the responsibility and opportunity of direct supervisors, middle management, and even employees in enhancing engagement?
Adapt quickly to an ever-changing environment. Find solutions to problems you’ve never encountered before. Promote self-organizing, multifunctional teams. Foster innovaton and creativity. Keep striving for excellence”- Do these expectations seem familiar to you?
Safety matters! Every manager is responsible for their area, for its safety and the safety of all the people who work in there! Everyone is expected to come home! It is not just the high-risk industries that are required to manage occupational risk more effectively.
Are your managers over-trained and say about classroom training,: “Not another leadership skills training!” Do you need a programme that provides a synthethic learning environment allowing the development of leadership skills within a fun, experiential framework?
Beliefs of leaders often form the behaviour of others. Wherever the leadership focus is, there is a great chance that the attention of the employees will also be directed there. The same is true for COVID-Safety.
Without feedback, we may create our own version of reality, which can have a serious impact and consequences on our working environment. However, it is very difficult to get constructive and sincere feedback, even if the relationships between colleagues are good.
Develor’s Caribbean Adventure Program© is based on the idea of learning by experience, and also brings the excitement of the game to the participants. While playing, participants can experience the importance of planning when they must make effective decisions, even though resources and information are limited.
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Employee turnover is usually highest in the first 3 months after joining. In our experience, employee engagement decreases the most during this period: the enthusiastic candidate will become a disappointed retiree. Day one and onboarding are a crucial part of the employee’s career.