Guidance Training

post-itEmpower leaders within the organization
to master the mindset and skills of guiding, listening, and co-creating

Guidance is a cooperative skill that prioritizes collaboration. The core concepts are straightforward; the key lies in recognizing and transforming behavioral patterns during the learning process, breaking old habits, and maintaining consistent practice.

In contrast to traditional management models, guidance serves as a catalyst, encouraging team members to unleash creativity, resolve conflicts, and build consensus. Ideal for dynamic team environments such as startups, social innovation initiatives, or experimental projects within large corporations.

How might we...

Facilitate effective learning of guidance?

No need to rush to master too many tools

'Tools' in our course are an extension of guided learning spirit. We prioritize the right mindset and provide a select few tools for repeated use. The emphasis is on experiencing change firsthand and gradually mastering more.

Switching modes rather than replacing existing abilities

Geared towards current or aspiring managers and team leaders with existing communication skills, our focus is on mastering and seamlessly transitioning between different communication modes, not just acquiring more knowledge.

Continued practice within the organization

Guidance values long-term experience accumulation, emphasizing continued practice within the organization. We tailor teaching direction based on application context, enabling participants to apply newfound skills early in the course. Consistent application fosters ongoing discussions and skill refinement.

Common collaboration models

During the project

Typically, it comprises 1-2 sessions of half-day guided facilitator training courses, supplemented by subsequent participant post-course application and results-sharing meetings (recommended at least three sessions per month). The actual course schedule can be flexible, aligning with the company's practices, whether during working hours, evenings, or weekends.

Suitable project scenarios

  • Having completed a two-day design thinking workshop, we aim to sustain the workshop's momentum and apply the mindset and tools of design thinking in our daily meetings and project management.
  • Leveraging our existing internal 'mentor', 'facilitator', and 'coach' training programs, we intend to collaborate with third-party professional partners to design the plan in detail.
  • About to host a large-scale workshop and require training sessions for the participating staff to provide meeting facilitation, divergent thinking, and consensus building skills.