For every learning programme we design at Groupmapping there is a different balance between the 3C’s and a different learning experience we create. Bieke van Dijk has written a blog about it!
There are many great and inspiring programmes for development out there, that deliver enthusiastic participants with tons of great new insights. However, many participants and organisations don’t always see those insights translated into action or change. After all, the objective of learning in organisations is to deliver results, fulfil their purpose and stay relevant, whatever these may be and however these may be defined. For example, programmes that intend to develop leadership capability in your organisation should therefore result in increased effectiveness of leaders through the right behaviours, mindsets and skills.
Over the last few years we at Groupmapping have been experimenting/working with the C3 approach when designing and delivering learning programmes. We integrate the content with the following 3 C’s while creating the right blend of learning modes (online, offline, face-to-face, individual, group, etc.):
The beauty of combing these 3C’s is seeing participants making real progress. We have seen this happening at a leadership development programme for one of our clients where significant progress was made by participants in addressing their daily leadership challenges. We noticed that participants who are working with new, more fun and effective ways to learn get more traction and results. It is very motivating to see the sparkle in the eyes of the participants when they have the impact they intended to create. For every learning programme we design at Groupmapping there is a different balance between the 3C’s and a different learning experience we create. We believe that there is a great power in consciously bringing in the 3C’s.