Narrowing the gap between dream and reality through experience and application
Implementing organizational change
What makes for a good training?
When participates gain the ability to put their learning into practice, and their self confidence is translated into skills.
This is exactly what dramatized simulations do: they provide an opportunity to implement what was learnt during the training, and perform observation and processing of the experience.
This creates maximum effectiveness in the training.
The most illusive component in training programs, that which make the difference between a good program and an excellent one, is the practice component.
There is a variety of ways to create practice and experiencing in the training: there are thought and planning exercises, outdoor exercises, one-on-one practicing, experiences between the meeting and processing them, etc. The sky is the limit.