Designing the right learning tools to enhance team engagement.
DEVELOPING VISUAL LEARNING MODELS
Can you imagine using a spatula to beat eggs or a pizza cutter to slice cake? Every job is made easier when we have the right tools. This is especially true when we are trying to teach new concepts.
I help you develop easy-to-understand visual learning models for teaching your concepts to teams, training groups and organizations.
BRAND INITIATIVES FOR CORPORATE LEARNING PROGRAMS
By applying the principles of Visual Communications, I've partnered with a variety of executive coaching firms and consultants to create brand initiatives for corporate learning programs and training systems.
This includes developing workbooks, presentations and other learning aids.
THE PRODUCTIVITY PUZZLE
FOR SARA CAPUTO CONSULTING
Designed to coincide with Sara Caputo Consulting's brand relaunch, The Productivity Puzzle acts as an anchor program for Sara's coaching within organizations. We designed, edited and organized the 50-plus page workbook to have both consistent language and visuals.
One way we added consistency in the teaching model was to include reflection questions and application exercises at the end of each section. This allowed users to capture their thoughts and apply their learning throughout the program.
To learn more about The Productivity Puzzle, I invite you to visit www.SaraCaputoConsulting.com.
FOR TANGIBLE GROUP
Our goal was to create a consistent brand for a networking workshop while also developing simple-to-follow materials.
Through branding we were able to establish a new networking vocabulary around the program title we created—Easily Wired. The words easily and wired were used consistently throughout all the learning materials in order for the concept to resonate. The off-the-shelf coaching kit included a 40-plus page workbook, card deck and presentations.
THE SPOT COACHING APPROACH™
FOR HUDSON INSTITUTE OF COACHING
Beyond creating the visual style and design for the Spot Coaching workbook, worksheets and training presentations, I helped shape the language for the teaching model. Needing the model to be easier to remember, we added the D.I.G. Deeper piece to the equation. This emphasized the need for leaders to remember to Discover, Inquire and Give a Challenge in each on-the-spot coaching situation.
The Spot Coaching Approach is taught live and virtually to managers within a variety of organizations, including many Fortune 500 companies. To learn more about the program, I invite you to visit www.HudsonInstitute.com.