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  • The Importance of Experiential Learning
    his learning styles model in 1984 The model gave rise to related terms such as Kolb s experiential learning theory and Kolb s learning styles inventory Kolb s learning styles model and experiential learning theory are today acknowledged by academics teachers managers and trainers as truly seminal works fundamental concepts towards our understanding and explaining human learning behaviour and towards helping others to learn Kolb s learning theory sets out four distinct learning styles or preferences which are based on a four stage learning cycle which might also be interpreted as a training cycle In this respect Kolb s model is particularly elegant since it offers both a way to understand individual people s different learning styles and also an explanation of a cycle of experiential learning that applies to us all Kolb includes this cycle of learning as a central principle his experiential learning theory typically expressed as four stage cycle of learning in which immediate or concrete experiences provide a basis for observations and reflections These observations and reflections are assimilated and distilled into abstract concepts producing new implications for action which can be actively tested in turn creating new experiences Kolb says that ideally and by inference not always this process represents a learning cycle or spiral where the learner touches all the bases ie a cycle of experiencing reflecting thinking and acting Immediate or concrete experiences lead to observations and reflections These reflections are then assimilated absorbed and translated into abstract concepts with implications for action which the person can actively test and experiment with which in turn enable the creation of new experiences The I do and I understand approach the individual s learning is retained and transferred back to the workplace Share with friends Tags The Importance of Experiential Learning John Adair s Action

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  • Useful articles
    on the web 1 Benefits of having teams in a business environment 2 The difference between learning training and education 3 Achieving a One Team Ethos 4 Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Share with friends Tags Useful articles Useful Articles Theory Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics for 2014 2015 The Difference Between Learning Training and Education What Are the Benefits of Having Teams in a Business Environment Location Delivered At Your Venue How to find us Other UK

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  • Achieving a One Team Ethos
    and staff Invite staff to visit head office and regional offices hold familiarisation days Even induction days could be held at different venues and not just at head office or the office they are to work at This links back to the first point above 5 Visit Make regular visits to the other offices 6 Listen to What People are Saying They are the experts in that part of the country and know their customers 7 Same Terms and Conditions If you don t then it will instil a them and us attitude 8 Team Development and Social Events Wherever possible these should not be exclusive to Head Office Invite everyone as this is a great way for staff to get to know each other 9 Communication Keep everyone informed of what s happening and that means everyone Not just the chosen few at Head Office For more on effective teams visit our team building page Share with friends Tags Achieving a One Team Ethos Team building What Are the Benefits of Having Teams in a Business Environment The Difference Between Learning Training and Education Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics for 2014 2015 Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your

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  • Effective Communication
    One avenue to follow is the training of managers and senior personnel in order to heighten their understanding and to stress the importance of effective communication within the workplace The new and improved communication skills they learn will be passed onto other staff through workplace interaction It could be that training is required for all staff in a variety of matters not just relating to their everyday job role but for example customer service training for those dealing with your customers or clients day to day or for your sales team with a sales training course to improve their performance when trying to close a deal Top Tips for Effective Communication Be clear with your narration s context and content Maintain a balanced tone of voice Use positive body language Consistent pace of delivery Confirm understanding Also of Interest You may also be interested in our training course entitled Effective Communication Skills Training Course For more information on team building and developing existing teams visit our team building page Share with friends Tags Effective Communication Team building Top Tips For Essential Communication What Are the Benefits of Having Teams in a Business Environment The Difference Between Learning Training and Education Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics for 2014 2015 Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence

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  • Exploring the Landscape of Leadership -
    and meaning making The Green Classroom We have now taken this approach and in partnership with the Professional Development Centre developed a innovative and unique green classroom approach to learning Utilising the dramatic landscape of the Brecon Beacons we place the delegate at the heat of his and her learning creating a place and a space for deep reflection on the practice and application of leadership This outdoor environment offers a diverse and rich source of natural experiences and metaphor which the delegates are encouraged to contextualise within their personal experience of leadership Some of the interventions we are using and developing include A Leadership Walk a facilitated walk encouraging the delegates to reinvigorate their relationship with the environment by really taking notice of what s around them A guided run of exercises based around the theme of water making reference to both explicit and implicit metaphors such as reflections sustainability and ecosystems A reflective exercise in a deep mine offering a new way of placing learning and meaning into a work environment The evolution of inspiring metaphor as the delegates move through the programme The creation of a Leadership narrative using the outdoors as a vehicle Issues around sustainability and the ecology of natural ecosystems and organisations The point is that the imagery and metaphor created from immersion in this inspirational landscape begins to create new ways of thinking and looking at the issues surrounding Leadership This new learning is more likely to be taken back into the workplace and applied The We believe that there is huge potential to utilise this landscape in a sympathetic and sensitive manner adding real economic value to the area by capitalising on the proven benefits of this approach Share with friends Tags Green Classroom leadership leadership development Theory Training What Are the

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  • Festival Season - Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way -
    often one of a crazy unregulated environment but the reality is far different He said It is a professional operation that is going into its 45th year of delivery If it was anything else but a professional operation it wouldn t have survived this long In the lead up to the festival as well as during it and after it 45 000 people are involved in getting the site ready and clearing up Mr Roberts said major challenges they face to health and safety include structural safety fire safety and the weather But the site has an excellent health and safety record with only four RIDDOR Reporting of Injuries Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations incidents reported in 2014 Mr Roberts added We build feed and entertain a city with no permanent infrastructure I feel we have pretty good figures on health and safety when you take into account that we invite over a hundred thousand people onto the factory floor Hannah Charlton health and safety coordinator at the site told delegates that planning for the festival is a year round activity with organisers already looking ahead to next year She said We are always learning and improving what we do We will have early conversations with contractors each year in February and March rather than waiting until the final moment on site when it may be harder to carry out any necessary remedial works or changes to design or operation IOSH 2015 June 19 Glastonbury Festival organisers show how they safeguard fans and staff Retrieved July 15 2015 from IOSH Home News http www iosh co uk News Glastonbury Festival organisers demonstrate how they safeguard music fans and staff aspx Share with friends Tags Health and Safety What Are the Benefits of Having Teams in a Business Environment The Difference

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  • Health and Safety - UK Fatal Injury Statistics for 2014/2015 -
    000 workers The figure of 142 worker deaths in 2014 15 is 9 lower than the average for the past five years 156 The latest rate of fatal injury of 0 46 compares to the five year average rate of 0 53 The finalised figure for 2013 14 is 136 worker fatalities and corresponds to a rate of 0 45 deaths per 100 000 workers Over the latest 20 year time period there has been a downward trend in the rate of fatal injury although more recently since 2008 09 the trend is less clear There were 102 members of the public fatally injured in accidents connected to work in 2014 15 excluding railways related incidents Share with friends Tags Health and Safety What Are the Benefits of Having Teams in a Business Environment The Difference Between Learning Training and Education Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics for 2014 2015 Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Festival Season Health and Safety the Glastonbury Way Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics for 2014

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  • Difference between learning, training and education
    It is important to understand what the objectives are and what will be the best programme to meet these objectives using our blended learning approach We seek to clarify for the clients what the actual terminology means and what form of delivery is required so that they can get best value out of the programme In simple terms education provides a knowledge base that underpins any other activities the individual may engage in at a later stage Training is not as general and tends to concentrate on skills development Development allows both activities to be integrated It has been described as the general enhancement and growth of an individual s skills and abilities through conscious and unconscious learning Development therefore includes education and training as well as a range of other activities such as coaching looking listening and mentoring Learning is the outcome of both training led and education led approaches to development yet learning itself is complex It is far more than the shifting of knowledge or information from educator trainer to the learner This is where Call of the Wild s approach is different to others in that we recognise that people have different learning styles and we seek to focus on self learning through our bespoke development programmes We understand that learning is not simply something that takes place as a formal process in a classroom We understand that there is a need to incorporate a wider range of activities in the typical learning mix our blended learning approach Share with friends Tags Difference between learning training and education and What Are the Benefits of Having Teams in a Business Environment The Difference Between Learning Training and Education Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership Health and Safety UK Fatal Injury Statistics

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