A Smart Approach

In this video, Ant Williams steps through a ground-breaking new approach for learning & development that gets results.


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I was worried about the levels of engagement, where it would just be all on our people to jump in and do all the everything themselves. But the engagement levels are just so much higher than I thought. Our guys are walking away saying ‘I’m getting so much out of this’


Considering it was so condensed, I actually got a lot out of it. I love that there’s a three modes of learning


I loved the small group component. I felt that there was probably a little bit more engagement from everybody because well, we can’t really hide


I actually used the planning tool the next day. I thought having that was really good. It actually gave me a structure which really helped.


Seeing these skills executed in real time really gives me a good idea of how you can actually use these tools, and deliver it differently.


I think it probably works better in this kind of forum rather than us smashing this all out in a day. You get to go away and start really thinking about the models. And I’m actually going out there and applying it


I’m now much better at getting more information so that I can give more direct and clear feedback while still respecting people


I’ve already put alot of what we learned into practice, and it’s made me feel alot more confident going into these conversations


The models are so practical. Like I can actually see myself asking those questions.


I have more clarity when I have these conversations. I think my message is coming across alot clearer. I think it’s having more impact. But I also I think it’s given me that confidence to take those conversations to the next level as opposed to just tick the box.


I think the time of these sessions was pretty much perfect. Long enough to get what I needed, without taking up a whole chunk of the day.


Honestly I was a bit scared at the start. Because I’m not one to speak up in groups or anything like that. But by the second session I was doing role play. They just made it so comfortable to have your opinion.

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