Audience: Managers, professionals, people working in teams
Competencies: Accelerated learning, teamwork
Program formats: Keynote speech or half-day workshop
This program creates a fun, cooperative learning environment. Participants coach one another in the art of juggling, and pick up the balls for each other as they drop! In the process, everyone learns the core principles of accelerated learning and organizational high performance.
The ability to learn is life’s most important skill. This delightful program uses juggling as a metaphor for learning how to learn.Participants will learn how to:
- Manage complexity and thrive on chaos by gracefully keeping a number of things “up in the air” at the same time.
- Approach mistakes creatively as you learn to “let the balls drop.”
- Use teamwork to create a cooperative learning environment.
- Learn anything you want to as well and as fast as you can.
- Apply the principles of accelerated learning to become a more effective coach for your colleagues, subordinates, family, and friends.
Michael Gelb taught me how to juggle in 1975. He introduced me to a profound metaphor for accelerating the learning process, which I have applied in my own life and work ever since. Tony Buzan, author of The Mind Map Book
Shows you how to develop more range and freedom in your mental and physical repertoires. More than just a metaphor to inform your inner life, this approach to leaning provides insights into personal and organizational change that may surprise you. Michael Murphy, author of Golf in the Kingdom
The audience at our annual alumnae conference was mesmerized and enlightened when Michael Gelb introduced them to the juggling metaphor. Karen Page, Chair, Harvard Business School Alumnae Association and James Beard Award-winning author