Learning Tools

Tools and checklists allow people to apply the knowledge they have acquired from the learning. Tools and checklists enable people to make an assessment of themselves or a situation. In doing so, they allow  learning to move from the conceptual to the practical.

Tools enable additional information and learning to be presented in an interactive and so engaging manner. As such, tools can  be a way of staging learning – discover something about ourselves/situation with a tool then subsequently find out what that means with learning.

Tools support experiential learning and the fourth P (Practice).

Tools enable learners to get a practical understanding of their situation. The learners are then able to put skills into practice and develop expertise.

On our Behavioural Learning Portal we have a number of behavioural tools that allow individuals to discover their preferred working styles, behavioural ego-states, dynamic okness and log behavioural issues.
It has increased our awareness of ourselves and others and given us confidence that we can make changes and take personal and collective responsibility for solving problems.