This invite-only CLO/CTO leadership retreat is being made available exclusively for members of the Executive Learning Exchange's CLO/CTO/CHRO Groups to EXPERIENCE Experiential Learning at Fluno Center For Executive Education / Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional and Executive Development.
The focus on this full-day session will be 3 Mini-Executive Workshops: Experience program content; takeback tools & methods Get out of the office and join your peers in Madison, WI where you will explore key emerging trends for developing high performance teams.
The day will include three distinct experiential and interactive learning experiences covering the latest business needs as provided to thousands of professionals by the Center each year. Each experience will allow participants to experience program content and takeback tools and methods that will help improve their organizations.
Set in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin, The Fluno Center sits in the heart of the University of Wisconsin campus, and is two blocks from the clear waters of Lake Mendota. Overnight lodging and recommendations for weekend activities are available for those wanting to spend the weekend prior to the session in Madison.
Immerse your team in this retreat tailored to our enterprise member’s unique needs and personality—creating what your team needs to refresh, rethink and reengage. Please join us for this one-day retreat and we'll help build your team's core leadership qualities including vision, openness, creativity, dedication and integrity.
A bit more on current Experiential Learning trends ... When Kevin Martin @ i4cp presented Four Trends that will Change the Focus of Learning, he shared 43% of high market performers reported Experiential Learning is the most effective type of learning to develop world class leaders.
- - - - “We had the experience but missed the meaning. And approach to the meaning restores the experience in a different form.”--T.S. Eliot
Here is a video from our May 2017 Exchange hosted at McDonald's Hamburger University with Jesse Pilachowski with a few perspectives on creating a collaborative culture: