The Kolb Experiential Learning Profile and Team Learning Profile Bundle

This is a combined bundle of our Kolb Experiential Learning Profile (KELP) and Kolb Team Learning Profile (TLP) products. You will be purchasing Group Sales with a minimum of 6 and maximum of 15 KELP assessments and a combined Team Learning Profile to be administered by you.


Get the Kolb Team Learning Profile to empower individuals to become highly functioning team members, and to guide teams to follow a proven process of decision making and teamwork.

Take the Kolb Experiential Learning Profile (KELP)  to the next level.

The Kolb Experiential Learning Profile supports individual team members to increase awareness and leverage deep diversity, improve communication, increase effectiveness, and continuously improve. Adding the Kolb Team Learning Profile goes further in creating highly successful teams with the capacity to self-manage their work process through knowledge of their members’ capabilities and project requirements.


Using the Kolb Team Learning Profile, team members will:

  • Build relationships based on psychological safety and trust
  • Identify member learning strengths and link them to the teamwork process
  • Increase their understanding of the preferences of other team members and how they add value to team effectiveness
  • Gain insight into the actions they can take to make an impact on the team and how they can contribute to team leadership
  • Give and receive feedback that promotes continuous improvement
  • Work together to follow a research-based process that has been shown to improve effectiveness, outcomes, and profitability while reducing interpersonal conflict

By following the guidance in the Kolb Team Learning Profile, teams make the process of learning explicit and continue to build more capacity for learning and development.

How it works:

Individuals complete the Kolb Experiential Learning Profile and receive a personal report to learn the process of learning, their learning style and flexibility.

Teams receive a group report that links the Experiential Learning Cycle with a teamwork process to guide decision making. Teams are guided through discussions that identify team purpose, adopt a teamwork process, and talk through team member profiles.  By examining style preferences and back up flexibility strengths, team members identify how to share leadership and successfully navigate the teamwork process.

Organizations benefit as their employees learn not only  how effective teams work, but also how to be contributive team members.

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This program applies Kolb Experiential Learning Theory from all perspectives: the trainer-educator, the learner, the virtual space, online program design and delivery, and continuous improvement. This unique program focuses on the practical application of experiential learning and the self-discovery and development of the trainer who is navigating the transition between in person workshops to online training.

Weekly live virtual sessions include 6 classes and one practicum.

Thursdays from September 26 onwards for 7 weeks from 12pm-2pm EDT.  Please register by September 1


Please contact us for custom program options.


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Providing learners with a self-reflective tool to help them understand how they learn from experience and their unique individual approach to learning.

If you are interested in purchasing a single Kolb Experiential Learning Profile (KELP) for yourself please see our KELP Individual Purchasing Option.


When you make a purchase from the Institute for Experiential Learning marketplace, you will receive an email from with log in instructions to your account with  All new KELP orders will appear in this new individual or coordinator account.  When you make recurring orders to your account, you may proceed directly to your account at


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The Kolb Educator Role Profile describes four roles that effective educators use: Facilitator, Expert, Evaluator and Coach. Educators play these roles as they help learners maximize learning by moving through the four stages of the experiential learning cycle.

Most of us adopt all of these roles to some extent, however, tend to have preferences for certain roles. When you become aware of your preferences, you’re able to make deliberate choices about what works best for you and your learners in various contexts.


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