To attain knowledge, add things everyday.
To attain wisdom, remove things every day.
I have the privilege and the pleasure of providing training in various contexts:
- Corporate context, within a company,
- Open enrolment and
- University context, to students and within executive training programmes.
My approach to training is very practical and pragmatic, since I am in agreement with Confucius about “I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand.” Thus, when I structure any training session I include various dynamic moments fully dedicated to practice, so that the trainees can l do and learn. Additionally, I use lots of visual aids and diagrams and often the storytelling tool.
The idea is to always create a message from each exercise so that the trainee can learn something about the process and model applied, but above all, can learn something about him or herself.
The training length varies according to the topic and the request. Normally, the themes include:
- Introduction to Coaching;
- Effective Communication;
- Work-Life Balance;
- Conflict Management;
- Stress Management;
- Growth Mindset;
- Learning Agility;
It is common on the trainings I organize to give a copy of one of my books per participant, which can work as consultation material at a later stage.