It's about leadership - even if that's not your job title.
The Natural Learning Experience
Transforming how your audience makes meaning from your communication
The Natural Learning Experience can help you to transform how you communicate so that your audience can become engaged with the "Why?, What? or How?" of your communication. It is an exploration into the realm of brain-friendly communication. Making sophisticated leadership communication techniques simple, relevant and applicable.
During this highly interactive 2-day event we will explore tools and processes to facilitate the optimal communication of the change you want to make.
Here’s what we will be exploring:
How can I make my messages “stick”?
How can I increase buy-in before, during, and after my events?
What do I need to do to create an optimal learning environment?
What can I do to bring dry material alive?
How can I reach the whole group all the time?
How can I transform “difficult groups” into “engaged participants”?
Specific topics include:
Creating an environment for training, group communication, seminars or presentations that reduces participant resistance:
Using language that avoids having “difficult” people (the “smart” ones, the “snipers” and occasionally the apparently comatose…..) when we deliver anything.
Processes to create audience involvement – it’s not about how “great” we are as presenters it’s about how the audience makes sense of our communication!
Why don’t they want to join in or participate when I ask questions? Because they might be feeling threatened – we explore how to stop it.
Generating buy-in around the content being delivered / presented. (Again it’s not about you being “motivational”)
Delivering complex topics simply and engaging learners at the same time.
Tools and processes to move your audience from being passive listeners to active participants.
Learning experiences that use more senses to increase recall and engagement.
Changing the audience’s state to increase engagement. (practical application of Professor Howard Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligences)
Designing an effective communication session.
Audience-centred design, process and practice.
Using facilitation tools and techniques to make everyone’s life easier in the room.
Giving instructions effectively.
Music for learning. (Brief introduction to the topic).
Enhancing your audience’s recall and retention.
Peer group learning in practice.
De-briefing your messages to increase meaning making and buy in (intrinsic motivation).
Using visuals to help retain and recall key messages.