It’s no secret that by using experiential learning, teams perform, learn, and develop. The benefits are clear. Teams that learn together using the team learning process:
- Are up to three times more effective than low performing teams
- Are more adept when dealing with highly complex issues
- Can impact financial performance by as much as 20 percent
- Are more successful, especially when dealing with highly complex issues
- Improve individual and organizational learning
- Experience less conflict and are more inclusive
- Value deep diversity among members
- Share a language that allows them them to deliver better, faster, more sustainable results
With our research-based model and proven process, the Institute for Experiential Learning’s Team Programs empower people to work productively together as members of a high-performing team, by guiding them to a higher understanding of how team learning influences outcomes.
Our Team Learning Report will guide your team through the collective learning experience that will catapult your team to high performance. This Report promotes learning by adopting a shared process of team work, identifying individual member primary and back-up preferences, discussing the team member profile, defining a means of sharing leadership and accountability, negotiating a shared purpose, creating a culture of learning (psychological safety), communicating to connect, and conducting an after-action review for continuous improvement.