Assessment Based: Our training is not based solely upon an author's theories but the participants' input. Participants take an assessment prior to training and then evaluate, learn, and make commitments based upon their data.
Enlightening: The assessments that we use will be enlightening to most participants. Our tools have been proven to be extremely accurate. We use empirically reliable tools instead of marketing savvy tools. The tools provide pages of information and comparative data so that they can see how their preferences and tendencies interact with others preferences and tendencies.
Interactive: Our sessions are interactive because we are using the input and feedback on the assessments as our curriculum. Our focus is not just to get people moving but to get the group to make progress while they are moving. Our sessions entail liberal amounts of time for questions, feedback, analysis and evaluation. We strive to move people toward the higher order thinking skills.
Outcomes based: We measure our success by the change in student performance, ability to relate to peers, supervisors, and work culture.
Unifying: It is difficult for teachers to focus on teaching when they are at odds with their peers. It is difficult for administrators to help students when relational and style differences take up time that should be devoted to student performance. Staff employees spend a great deal of their years together, they can tear down unnecessary barriers when they discover their preferences and tendencies and the strengths of others preferences and tendencies.