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About experiential learning

Experiential Learning is essentially learning through (an) experience(s). 
We believe that structuring specific learning experiences for people, and helping them to reflect on them to build better learning is fundamentally ‘experiential learning’. It is characterized by less theoretical learning or lecturing by experts, and more practical, personal learning that comes from the individual insights from those involved in these structured experiences, activities or (even games)!

Introduction to Kolb’s learning cycle

We use Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory and Cycle as a basis for all our experiential learning activities. We design our experiential learning activities, tools, and resources based on this theory so you get the best learning out of your training.

In our opinion is the ideal method to structure reviews that follow experiential learning activity and helps learners transfer the maximum possible ‘sticky’ learning.

Our learning design work is applied to business objectives that contribute to:

  • Strategy Development.

  • Leadership and Management Development.

  • Organisationnel change.

  • Team Development: intact, cross functional and remote team working.

  • Talent Management.

  • Project Management and Process Improvement.

WORKING WITH CONFLICT, One Day Experiential Workshop 

WORKING WITH CONFLICT. ONE DAY EXPERIENTIAL WORKSHOP

This is a one-day experiential learning workshop.

 Conflict exists in every organization, but managing conflict well can also be a positive experience providing there is an increased understanding for those involved by breaking down communication barriers, and by building trust between individuals and the team.

We know that adults learn best when they can use a combination of learning methodologies: generative, co-operative, learner-centred and problem-based learning activity. These principles have been used to design this workshop to ensure that it will engage, challenge and support the participants. A number of activities are used such as:

  • 6 x pre-recorded video clips

  • Sets of ‘Character Cards’

  • T-trade experiential activity toolbox 

  • Collaborative cross-team challenge experiential activity

WORKING WITH CUSTOMER FOCUS WORKSHOP

This workshop enables you to work and use your own experience of being both customers and suppliers, and develop your ability to see things from the customer’s perspective, so that you can begin to identify improvements to your own personal, team and organizational approaches to great customer service.

This is a one-day experiential learning workshop. 

We know that adults learn best when they can use a combination of learning methodologies: generative, co-operative, learner-centred and problem-based learning activity. This workshop will enable them to integrate new concepts and ideas into existing mental maps and to see the immediate relevance and application of what they are discovering. These principles have been used to design this workshop to ensure that it will engage, challenge and support the participants.

This workshop engages the learners through a number of activities which include: 

  • ‘Images of Customer Experience’ picture cards

  • ‘The Customer Gateway’ toolbox 

  • ‘Communicating with Different Customers’ scenario work cards

  • ‘Chainlink’ toolbox