Learning to Lead in Times of Disruption and Crisis: Podcast

2019-02-01T09:35:01+00:00September 27th, 2018|Experiential Learning, Gettysburg, Podcast|

We have partnered with A.J. O'Connor to bring you this HR STUDIO PODCAST EPISODE 63, featuring our Experience to Lead Owner and Co-Founder Dick Richardson. Dick knows first hand the impact of disruption and crisis. As a leadership development executive, he has experienced the stresses of disruption and chaos in his professional life and personally [...]

When Experiential Learning Goes Wrong – And How to Make It Right

2019-02-01T09:44:02+00:00January 31st, 2018|Experiential Learning, Favorite Leadership Books, Leadership Lessons, Leadership Lessons from Sports|

Experiential learning is an important tool that can help you become a better leader. But, if it’s not done correctly it may actually lead you astray. Tennis coach and author Timothy Gallwey touches on this topic in his popular book, The Inner Game of Work. Gallwey compares excelling in sports to excelling at work.  And, [...]

How to Squeeze Experiential Learning Into Everyday Activities

2019-02-01T09:46:10+00:00January 24th, 2018|Experiential Learning, Leadership Development Theory, Training Ideas|

Lately, we've been trying to wrap our minds around how to get experiential learning into our daily activities. And, as a result, foster a culture of learning.  Here are our thoughts. As learning leaders, you and I face the challenge of engaging our audiences in learning and development throughout their career, not just relegating learning [...]

Application: The End and The Beginning of Experiential Learning

2019-02-01T10:28:54+00:00November 1st, 2017|Experiential Learning, Kolb's Experiential Learning Model Explained, Leadership Development Theory, Leadership Lessons|

Step four of Kolb's Experiential Learning Model. Application: The End and The Beginning of Experiential Learning In our last blog, we learned about the third step of Kolb’s model: Conceptualization. In this installment, we’ll talk about Application, the end AND the beginning of experiential learning. Leeds Beckett of Skills for Learning said, “To learn from [...]

Reflection and Discussion: Process Experiential Learning for Maximum Benefit

2019-02-01T10:53:43+00:00September 20th, 2017|Experiential Learning, Kolb's Experiential Learning Model Explained, Leadership Development Theory, Leadership Lessons|

Step two of Kolb's Experiential Learning Model. Reflection and Discussion: Process Experiential Learning for Maximum Benefit In part one of this series, we introduced David Kolb and his Experiential Learning model which we use to deliver experiential learning.  The model has four distinct phases: 1) Experience, 2) Reflection and Discussion, 3) Conceptualization, and 4) Application. [...]

Getting Maximum Benefit from Experiential Learning

2019-02-01T10:55:40+00:00September 13th, 2017|Experiential Learning, Kolb's Experiential Learning Model Explained, Leadership Development Theory, Leadership Lessons|

Many great minds, beginning with Aristotle, have coined their own phrases that echo the ideal that “experience is the best teacher.”  C.S. Lewis said, somewhat tongue in cheek, “Experience: that most brutal of teachers, but you learn.  My God, do you learn.”  While all experiences are not brutal (and yet they do teach and teach [...]

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