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Working Styles / Drivers

Drivers can be helpful to us and when we have awareness of them and we can then use them as working styles. If we can recognise these in ourselves and others we can then work to get the best out of ourselves rather than be driven by them. The five drivers are: Please others- Their [...]

By | November 1st, 2016|behavioural, Project-HCM, transactional analysis, working styles|Comments Off on Working Styles / Drivers

Behavioural Buy-in Via Learn by Doing

We delivered at the Macron Stadium (Bolton) within our Project-HCM action research project. The workshop was delivered to a senior team to test the hypothesis that a “learn by doing” approach was a key way to garner buy-in to the behavioural framework. The workshop put forward theoretical concepts drawn from behavioural management theory, transactional analysis and [...]

By | November 1st, 2016|barriers, behavioural, buy-in, games based learning, learning simulations, Project-HCM|Comments Off on Behavioural Buy-in Via Learn by Doing

Behavioural Barriers to Growth

At the core of many of the barriers to growth are people. This is not simply a problem of recruiting and nurturing talent, although that is hugely important, it is about how leaders build cohesive teams and communicate clarity. It is about how people interact with each other and how they make decisions in all [...]

By | November 1st, 2016|barriers, behavioural, growth, Project-HCM|Comments Off on Behavioural Barriers to Growth

Learn by Doing AND Learn by Being

I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. - Confucius Games Based Situated Learning Clearly doing is an important aspect of learning and one that is often unappreciated. A robust Games Based Situated Learning Model, though, goes beyond doing. It needs to encapsulate the beingness of a situation. [...]

By | August 12th, 2016|design, games based learning, Learning Theory, Situated Learning|Comments Off on Learn by Doing AND Learn by Being

10 Tips on Getting Buy-in for Games Based Learning

I have previously been involved in a Linked-in discussion, debating how "How do you position games for learning within your organization?" I thought I would share my thoughts. So here goes... My ten tips: What's in a name: We don't simply call them games, we use the term learning simulations or games based learning for our [...]

By | August 8th, 2016|buy-in, design, games based learning, learning simulations|Comments Off on 10 Tips on Getting Buy-in for Games Based Learning