PROPOSED INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESSES
Engaging and Competitive Implementation Conference
A learning conference is designed to instill effective, fast and efficient learning of procedures, knowledge, regulations and models as well as any other organizational knowledge you may want to pass on to large groups of employees (100-1,000) participating in the conference. The conference is structured as a competitive game in which teams (a competition among tables) deal with, and handle a diversity of tasks suited to the professional content you wish to instill. The conference turns into a learning and experience happening in which hands-on, fun, educating and engaging participation is the key ingredient.
* The outline of the competition and type of tasks are suited to the desired content and the needs of the organization.
Agents of Change Stations Activity Conference
This type of conference is one in which the employees go through different stations of activities, where each station is dedicated to a different topic. As opposed to the ordinary and known activity stations type of workshop, in this one, the topics of the stations and the structuring of the activities in each station will be done together with specific employees chosen for this purpose, to whom we refer as ‘agents of change’. The underlying idea in this type of conference and activities is, that the employees themselves partake in preparing and activating the stations, and this in turn leads to greater engagement, involvement, interest, a sense of recruitment and enthusiasm for the event and its content.
The content is conveyed via the learning stations, involving hands-on engaging in activities, and which was developed jointly with the employees chosen as ‘agents of change’, who undergo professional training and guidance for the purpose.
Examples of possible content for station activity conference:
Risk management, work safety implementation, sales projections, marketing, sales, service, implementing internal procedures, leading changes, handling and dealing with change, stress and work erosion / fatigue, management of emotion and results, time management, reinforcing personal strengths, joy in motivation, creativity and innovations, interpersonal communication, acclimatize emotions, handling complex and violent situations, decision-making processes.