Two-Hour programs

A two-hour program is a good way to introduce a topic area and provide immediate results. This length of session can be good when trying to reach a lot of people and/or teams. Topics are tailored to the needs of the group.

As an example, for a global non-profit, a leader wanted to help her team of 25 better understand themselves via the lens of the Innovation Strengths Preference Indicator® (ISPI™). Modules included:

  • As individuals, how do we prefer to work and communicate?
  • Overall, what does our team data say about how our group prefers to work, interact and deal with risk?
  • How can we take this information and do something with it?