We connect managers of large organizations to inspire each other and develop themselves.
Our Business Package offers full serviced Peer Learning for Companies who want to accelerate transformation.
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HOW DOES IT WORK?
A structured, time-boxed, four step approach
Define a set of development topics for a specific group of managers.
Managers will be asked to share one of their best practices to one of these development topics.
Managers choose the most inspiring best practice on the topic they would like to develop.
Managers will be connected, based on their choices, resulting in a list of most inspiring people
HOW TO DEFINE THE TOPICS?
These are some examples that we have come across in our experience. We will discuss the topics together with you, so that they match the challenges of your leadership, and organization as a whole.
More often than not, these topics can be derived from the strategic agenda, or the corporate values. They are the topics, that complement the goal "to engage our teams to become more ...". Click on the button below to see how peer learning would work for five randomly chosen topics.
Upload your inspiration
Pick a Best Practice
Install and test Video app
WHY IS IT TIME-BOXED?
We will always discuss your ideal time frame for running a peer learning cycle. Through our experience, we strongly recommend to keep it short, so that it becomes the subject over coffee and lunch.
A proven schedule is to upload inspiration on Monday, ask people to choose a best practice on Wednesday and run all the webinars on Friday. This way, the total time spent - in this one week - amounts to two hours.
WHY PEER LEARNING?
Organizations are full of great insights, the question is how to get the right insights at the right place.
Peer Learning matches supply and demand of inspiration and there is something to gain.
Peer Learning results in a list of most inspiring people.
BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLES
How to make my team more CUSTOMER CENTRIC ?
GET THE CUSTOMER IN
The time we talk about customers is usually more than the time we spend talking with customers. Involving the customer in the main strategic projects helps to better understand the customer’s needs, but also to better align the team.
Instead of sending team members to the customer, it’s very refreshing to invite your customer to join two to four of your team meetings every year. This applies to both external and internal customers. For many internal-customer facing teams, it’s already an interesting exercise to define who the customer exactly is.