Not just attending class
Approach to training
We don’t teach, there’s no death by Powerpoint, we enable through experiential learning, sharing, creativity and curiosity. Our courses get people exploring options for progressing skills development and knowledge acquisition to support their ambitions, objectives and career progression goals. The focus is on giving everyone the opportunity to create clear strategies to facilitate these objectives, and make these goals happen. Understanding limiting beliefs and potential obstacles, how to manage these, how to celebrate difference and turn adversity into advantage, we aim to set the way clear to change to a mind-set of positive self-belief and achievement.
Other approaches to learning
Group and Teamwork
Increasing in popularity to build on individual performance development, group coaching brings the conversations into a wider context that can provide invaluable feedback and new perspectives. You might be looking to grow team understanding and cohesion, or improve collaboration and sharing. Coaching in small groups and teams enables people to have critical and progressive conversations benefiting both the individuals and the group as well as having positive organisational impact.
Workshops and Seminars
We understand that for learning and development to really work it needs to be fun and worthwhile, be engaging, provide a sense of value and show some real ways forward. To make this happen, our approach is energetic and compelling, drawing on sound theory and presenting this in a practical way. We facilitate a dynamic and insightful experience to ensure deep understanding and learnings that will endure. Attendees learn to appreciate their own strengths, what is missing, what can be better, and to explore options to set the right objectives, define the best solutions and find the right strategies and tactics to achieve these. We aim to be catalyst and enabler for development and transformation, building vision, capability and performance.
Feedback from clients who have worked with SCT
Business Adviser : “To follow”
Operations Business “…To follow “