GUELPH, Ontario, Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Experiential learning is transforming the way we train. Eagle's Flight training company has been transforming (for almost 25 years) how experiential learning can deliver meaningful business results, while engaging, inspiring and entertaining (yes, there's a great deal of fun involved) over 1.5 million program graduates, worldwide.
As an introduction to our distinct brand of experiential learning business training and conference events, we have launched a series of thought-provoking and eclectic e-zines. This is the first and it features our unique approach to experiential learning itself.
Download your free copy of this fun, informative and surprising e-zine, The Better Way to discover why we and our clients (over 52% of Fortune 500 companies) are wholeheartedly committed to this approach and passionate about its incredible impact on corporate training and conference sessions.
Currently, there is growing cynicism and apathy about traditional, business training and conference activities. Our senior workplace generations are jaded by binder-driven programs and interminable PowerPoints. Many of our younger employee groups have already encountered experiential learning (in schools and university business programs) and reacted with enthusiasm and hunger for more—it can revolutionize attitudes from "bored with being trained" to "excited to learn."
It's principle-based, making it universally applicable and supremely flexible, dependent on learning goals. However, the real magic is in how it generates results through positive, lasting behavior change—the results continue long after the session ends. But, equally important, it engages participants on all levels: intellectual, emotional and physical (immersive activities, not unnerving trust falls).
Eagle's Flight's approach turns passive training into total-engagement learning that triggers excitement, intensity and can launch entire cultural transformations. It is also ideal to invigorate conferences and large meetings when you need to captivate interest and increase momentum. (Not to mention its ability to permanently alter your preconceptions about corporate training.)
Check out The Better Way to discover if experiential learning could work for your organization. And let us know what you think of the e-zine itself: email@example.com! After all, we're committed to continuous improvement and what you think matters!
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Contact: Mike DeQuetteville, firstname.lastname@example.org, 1-800-567-8079 x5254, Senior Manager, New Business Development
SOURCE Eagle's Flight