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Training from the BACK of the Room!: Psychological Safety and The Right to Pass

I’d like to talk about the Right to Pass from the Training from the BACK of the Room! Practitioner course. This is a follow up to my previous post about Psychological Safety and C1 – Connections activities. We often overlook choice as part of bringing Psychological Safety to the training room. If a participant has …

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How to Create Engaging Training with the 4Cs

We use Brain-Friendly Training techniques to create engaging training courses. We have picked up many of these techniques from studying Sharon Bowman’s Training from the BACK of the Room! book and also delivering the TBR Practitioner Course. So what can you do to create engaging training courses?

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Training from the BACK of the Room!: Psychological Safety and C1-Connection Activities.

Most trainers talk about the importance of “psychological safety,” both in the classroom and in the workplace. But how do you go about creating it from the moment learners step into the classroom or training space? Psychological safety is a big deal, both in the real world and the virtual one. I know I struggle …

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The Flight Levels Academy takes off!

The Flight Levels Academy was officially launched on 09 Nov 2019. Following the success of the Flight Levels case study described in Klaus Leopold‘s “Rethinking Agile” book and after strong demand from customers and practitioners, we are delighted to announce the launch of its: Practitioner Community to connect and share personal experiences and knowledge. Foundational Education Program …

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The Art of Queuing

During the Summer of 2017, I went to the famed land of theme parks and queuing that is Orlando. Of course, you can pay a little extra to avoid the wait — which also impacts the size of the queues. You find times where even this doesn’t help though or you’ve used up your allowance for the …

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