The Perceptual Intelligence™ Training Process
It starts by understanding the two phases of the transformation process, the intensive phase and the extensive phase.
Phase 1: Intensive Transformation
Duration: One Month
In this one-month phase of learning transformation, participants get an initial literacy of the principles and practices of perceptual intelligence, and start putting them to work right away. The breakthrough is immediate, changes happen instantly.
Phase 2: Extensive Transformation
Duration: One Year
In this one-year phase of learning transformation, participants get several methods of extensive reinforcement and application, moving beyond literacy into mastery of the material and application of perceptual intelligence to solve key business problems.
Step 1: Kickoff Event
Before the Intensive Transformation begins, we lead a kickoff event with the training group to explain how the training process works, what it will do for them, and what it will do for the work team. Prior to and during the event, participants identify several strategic ways to reap measurable benefits from Perceptual IntelligenceTM Training.
Step 2: Intensive Training
After the kickoff event, participants begin the intensive transformation phase as a combination of live on-site training, intact team discussions, self-study, and conference calls with our certified coaches and trainers. The goal of this one-month process is to understand the core concepts of Perceptual IntelligenceTM and develop a solid strategy for solving business problems within their own group and for the departments they lead.
Step 3: Extensive Training
The first month is just the beginning because that’s the nature of learning. It takes consistent effort to grow, solve business problems, get results. Yes, there’s tremendous immediate results in the first three days of training itself, but those immediate results don’t compare to the greater results from extensive learning and application.
For example, ever been at a training and heard how it was done, watched how it was done, went back to work, went to do it, and realized, I don’t know how it’s done? That’s the learning process. We get introduced to ideas, maybe we believe we can put them to work, but when the actual process of doing it starts, we realize, we need help.
So, when the intensive phase of learning and initial literacy is done, each group starts a one-year process of cementing in and applying the training to solve specific business problems in real time.
Since each participant has a one-year enrollment in the digital course, they begin a slow, steady self-learning process, on a pace of about one lesson per week. Teams get together in 1-hour and 2-hour internal seminars, watching specific digital course lessons together, again with the idea of putting them to work, pushing to mastery of the material and solving specific business problems.
We suggest each participant learn at a pace of at least one lesson per week and discuss insights for fifteen to thirty minutes in weekly team meetings. We ask leaders to use our network of consultants and coaches to work weekly with individuals and teams, live and by phone, in group meetings and one-on-one, to reinforce the learning.
It’s a custom-tailored approach to extend the transforming power of Perceptual IntelligenceTM into every part of an organization’s culture.
Step 4: Repeat from Team to Team
Once a department or an executive team has started the process, we recommend other departments and teams start the same process. The goal is to create a critical mass of application within an organization that eventually transforms the culture.
Profound, Significant Empowerment
Teaches how to optimize emotions, motivations, and behavior.
Optimal Decisions and Alignment
Helps leaders and teams paddle in the best direction.
Transforming Happiness and Morale
Builds happy people who get things done and get better together.
What is Perceptual IntelligenceTM Training and How Does It Help?
Perceptual IntelligenceTM Training creates profound improvements in organizational culture, including deep empowerment, better decisions and alignment, higher morale and lower turnover, effective conflict resolution, and a hundred unexpected things. It’s a root-level solution to serious people problems, a way to move people and organizations to their highest in health and productivity.
Once the foundational ideas are solid, we start optimizing corporate culture and every area of life by embedding four prime perceptions: views of self and others that improve the way we work in organizations and live our lives. Changes that seemed almost impossible before we understood this power are now profoundly easier.