RSVP Design’s Train the Trainer experiential workshops are practical, professional, informative, and fun.
Not only are they guided by enthusiastic and experienced facilitators, but they also provide a perfect opportunity to develop your learning design and facilitation skills.
We have the following face to face / in-person Workshops scheduled:
You can also sign-up for planned remote learning Webinars as listed below, or contact us if you need some custom online or in-person product demonstrations or coaching support. We regularly travel outside the UK to attend Trade Shows, Conferences and to introduce our products to interested customers. Please contact us if you'd like to arrange a custom program in your area.
Is the following statement relevant to your training challenges?
"The efficiency and effectiveness of any organisation is governed more by what people do than what they know."
If so you may need to consider how to best increase the return on investment for bringing groups of people together for learning programmes. Join us for a short presentation on some tactics to help design learning programmes that focus on affective learning outcomes to help drive behavioural change. The increase in remote working provides more opportunities to embrace the rehearsal spaces that a hybrid workplace learning culture can deliver.
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This webinar demonstrates two short (5 to 20 minutes) but powerful activities that can be used to stimulate creative thinking. Challenging Assumptions is a physical puzzle designed for groups of 4 to 16 people that demonstrates the power of conscious and unconscious assumptions, and Seeing the Point (online version) is a two stage challenge that requires groups of 4 to 16 to continue to try to deliver more using the same resources.
This is a physical product-based webinar to introduce T-Trade : the RSVP Design team negotiation challenge. In addition to the T-Trade experiential learning materials it also includes the second activity bundled with it: Post-iT. Post-iT is a separate experiential learning activity which looks at the challenge of remote team communications. The webinar deals with the set up, expected learner outcomes and facilitation of both activities.
This webinar explored several text-based products useful in helping generate good questions & discussion on specific topics such as coaching, action planning, giving or getting feedback, or as part of an activity review session. Two new products were included: Feedback Frames and the Good Question Cards deck; as well as existing products: The Feedback Game , The Feelings Game , and the Developing Emotional Intelligence coaching cards .
This Webinar is a demonstration of the Voyage Mapping experiential learning activity. The four versions are described along with their applications in both future planning & project/learning review scenarios. This is an ideal tool to help build learning skills (metacognition), to extract learning from team projects and previous business perforamnce; and to involve groups in scenario and business planning, risk management and strategic thinking.
This webinar describes a useful learning model (ELLI) to consider when developing innovation and creativity training. It also demonstrates a number of activties from the Breakthrough Thinking Workshop product that RSVP Design supplies, amongst several other experiential learning tools.
The Matrix activity offers opportunities to explore the effectiveness of different matrix, cell and linear reporting systems within an internal supply chain. This webinar covers what is included within the physical package and a quick start method of first using the activity in team development, as well as some alterations and modifications the trainer can make to more closely model specific learning situations.
This Webinar looks at what experiential learning has to offer 'planning' for the New Year (2022). It ranges from what free and paid resources and tools new/inexperienced trainer/coaches/facilitators might use to how experts can stretch themselves and their learning programmes too.
This is a demonstration of experiential learning tools and methods trainers could use in team development events, whether the group is live and in-person in the same room; completely remote and working via video conference; or a mixture of both.
This 2023 webinar offered an opportunity for people to take part in a (successful!) demonstration of the Colourblind® (online version) experiential learning activity. It also showed how the facilitator sets up the invitations on the
This online version of Colourblind® Plus is a communication focused team building activity designed to develop these skills in individuals, small groups and larger teams. As well as the large group version (run in the same way as the original Colourblind), it also has a pairs option and small team option (4).
Simbols (online version) is an excellent fully virtual experiential learning activity for improving communication skills within a team, and based on the highly successful face to face, physical Simbols activity.
This webinar offered an opportunity for people to take part in a demonstration of the new Chiji Cards experiential learning activity.
This webinar briefly introduces how we used Images of Organisations online to enable everyone to be able to articulate how they were feeling in a time of tremendous change, and address a 'Team Maintenance' agenda.
This webinar explores different aspects of resilience in the workplace viewed from an individual or team perspective. It will look at how metaphors represented by images, and underpinned with coaching techniques, enable people to describe resilience in their own way leading to cathartic insights and long term learning.
This webinar briefly introduces five different virtual experiential learning tools from RSVP Design: Images of Organisations, Online Workstations, Seeing the Point (online version), Colourblind® (online version) and Simbols (online version).
In this webinar Ann Alder, Training Director, RSVP Design takes you through some of our most popular tools and suggests innovative ways of approaching your next coaching assignment.
Dr Geoff Cox will describe the use of RSVP Design’s Top Priority activity as a vehicle for simulating future working environments and rehearsing the operational changes we’re going to need.
Watch this webinar to learn more about how Mosaic works, the technology and thinking behind the design and the plan for other potential activities that can use the Viewpoint technology.
1. How do we improve our ability to plan and delegate workload across our organisation to improve productivity?
2. How do we improve collaboration across the business in order to improve productivity?
This introductory webinar will provide a practical insight into the At My Best® Strengths Cards. The session will include lots of guidance on how to use the cards in practice. You can expect to leave the webinar with a wealth of ideas as to how you could use the strengths cards in one-to-one and group scenarios.
This webinar will look at the features that compare and contrast three excellent experiential learning activities that can be used to build high performing collaborative teams.
We invite you to watch this free webinar to explore, with us, a range of ideas and activities linked to the theme of resilience.
This is a recording of an online demonstration of the physical Reversal Experiential Learning Activity. Reversal is an excellent modern team building, remote management and leadership activity. This webinar explains how the activity proceeds and how to facilitate it and design it into a learning session or program.
Many customers ask us about how and when they might use either of these products and how they might differ! Listen to Graham Cook on this free Webinar and he will take you through each activity and will provide insights into their design and application over the last 25 years!
This webinar introduces Teamwork Web: a package containing thirty different experiential learning activities designed to work together to create an engaging half day development programme for teams.
This webinar explores the learning objectives, platform set up and the process. The activity concerns information sharing and co-ordination, as well as problem solving in a team context.
Are you fed up with the usual ice breakers? In this webinar RSVP Design team will give some new suggestions of small, quick and simple tools you can take into your training!
In this webinar we explore the Workstations Online version - its learning objectives and how to use the online product.
Love the work you are doing. You help to make my role as a Senior Faculty member for Leadership Development so much easier. You make me look really "smart".
As part of my ongoing ambition to strengthen my team’s performance (full team and leadership team), I have worked with RSVP Design. I licensed two of their flagship products Colourblind® and Simbols®, which have successfully moved online. The sessions we facilitated were very strong, delivering fun, engagement, but also they highlighted / pressure tested essential capabilities, such as delivering under time pressure, clear communication, “going slow to go fast”, defining clear R&R’s and last but by no means least, ability to be flexible as new information becomes available, or you see something just isn’t working the way you planned it! I would highly recommend these team activities, they are both fun and challenging, and can be used as a virtual energizer too.
RSVP Design is a trusted partner for impactful experiential exercises in leadership development in our courses at IMD. RSVP Design’s experiential exercises provide participants with hands-on, immersive experiences, enabling active engagement and profound reflection. By simulating real-world scenarios, their exercises allow participants to practice and refine their leadership skills in a safe and supportive environment. What sets RSVP Design apart is their ability to suggest exercises to meet our course objectives and participant profiles. On the rare occasion when they do not have an exercise to hand, they take the time to understand our challenges and work with us to design exercises that directly address our needs – RSVP Design’s amazing “T Trade” exercise was the product of collaboration between RSVP Design and IMD faculty.
I am focusing on a leadership project on university campuses in Kenya. My work includes team development for students, and a company that provides team development for corporates. The goal of the company is to raise funds for the projects I run on the university campuses. I ordered two sets of Webmaster and Colourblind several years ago and LOVE your products! They have connected with everyone, both students and the corporate companies. I decided to try more of your products as I have found so much value in the other two. Thank you for creating such amazing products! :-)
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