I lead experiential workshops. Why? You will learn more from an experience than a lecture. And the learning will stick.
Experiential means you participate in simulations rather than sit in a dark room watching a slide show and listening to a lecture. A simulation speeds up time: Six minutes participating in a simulation may trigger you to have the same experiences as six months in a project. The shorter duration enables you to see your experience—what you did externally and what was happening internally. You can process your experiences and choose whether to continue making the same choices.
A thorough debrief of what happened during each workshop is part of its design. During the debrief, you will learn from me, the other participants, and—most of all—from yourself.