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After spending the majority of our careers attending or working for traditional training firms, we started JMReid Group with a different perspective on what makes for great learning.
- Context is king
- Powerful learning encourages risk-taking
- Get them talking
- Humans are not thinking beings that feel; we’re feeling beings that think
- Tap the wisdom in the room
- Use movement
- Engage the eye
We have proven training solutions that engage the head, heart, and hands. Our programs address the following capability areas:
- Sales + Sales Management
- Skill Building
With our network of world-class partners, we build custom solutions to meet your specific needs. Examples of custom work include:
- The Edge: The Art + Science of Relationship Building
- Sale Process Consulting + Value Creation Workshop
- Social Science: Neuroscience in Relationship Building
- Post-Merger + Integration (for a global life science firm)
- Mentoring Pairing + Program
A new method of teaching is turning the traditional classroom on its head. K-12 education methodology has been changing over the past ten years from the traditional classroom model to the “flipped classroom.”
What’s a flipped classroom — and why now?
- Today’s learners have difficulty applying their digitally generated shorter attention spans to the “tedium” of the traditional classroom. The tedium is even worse in corporate settings.
- The corporate flipped classroom model makes the training sessions more engaging and less tedious by using face-to-face time to learn by doing and experience concepts which has proven far more proficient.
- The flipped classroom model provides the opportunity for facilitators and learners to collaborate. The trainees work together in groups with the facilitator as “guide-on-side” so that everyone is involved rather than assuming either dominant or passive roles.
Check out this flipped classroom infographic by Newton
Embrace distributed control and include a larger number of people in shaping decisions.
It is easy to be easy – moving toward accountability and results.