The Advantage of Experiential Learning
Executives do not want to pay for training. They are more than willing to pay for the promised results of training, but they do not want to pay for just “training”.
The reason development budgets are traditionally the first to get cut in times of budget restraint is because they don’t produce the promised result. Typically, positive behavior change (and therefore results) is not seen to improve relative to the investment in training.
However, training that produces sustainable behavior change can become one of the most powerful tools in a company’s competitive arsenal.
Enter Eagle’s Flight’s Experiential Learning. Unlike other forms of training, experiential learning combined with powerful content does change behavior, and clearly justifies the investment. The reason for this impact is that experiential learning provides the three elements necessary for behavior change: Participation, Understanding and Conviction.