The typical routine that helps corporate training sessions succeed best is- describe, demonstrate, do. The trainer gets full marks for this execution, yet several employees later feel the pressure when ‘do’ part appears the toughest to execute, as one is forced outside the comfort zone. The act of learning is either behavioral, methodological or even intellectual. The experience of the same though is more emotional. This is one reason that trainers usually do not like to be seen as learners. Those in the business of running leadership training programmes, need to themselves be part of a few off them, to understand how things could improve. One can start off as a beginner at workshops, where the stakes aren’t that high. One needs to feel everything, as part of the overall emotional courage.


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