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Image Dynamics™ have pioneered the development of miniaturised learning & development modules which lasts between 30-120 seconds. This new learning & development process is already gaining significant interest from leading corporations. The process engages the user at a deep emotional level by combining imagery, reflective questions and keywords within a variety of animation sequences
Leading corporations have expressed serious interest in this exciting innovative nano-learning process. See Nano-coach™ demonstration at:
Companies are evaluating this exciting development to include in their leadership development programmes for their senior executives and e-learning programmes. This new nanotechnology accelerates learning and development by engaging the user at a deep emotional level through short animation sequences. The animation programmes acts as a catalyst for new perspectives on goal setting, developing innovative solutions, problem-solving skills, achieving high performance or developing a coaching culture.
During the process the user is able to break free of their model of the world, create a fresh perspective and effective solutions to long standing problems. Nano-coach™ modules last between 30-120 seconds which can be used at anytime or place supporting the end-user 24/7 increasing flexibility of the learning process. Although the process can be applied to any type of learning, Image Dynamics™ have focused on the busy senior executives who find it challenging to leave the office for leadership development or lengthy training programmes. Using this process an executive would receive at least one learning module every day, based on career development or business strategic goals.
Keith Bound, creator, said, "Although learning in small chunks is not a new concept, the Image Dynamics™ process provides a fresh approach to accelerated learning & development. We anticipate that our process will create a new direction for global learning & development through daily modules which can be accessed 24/7."
E-learning organisations believe that the Image Dynamics Nano-learning™ process will move e-learning from a transactional to a transformation process as users become engaged at an emotional level, accelerating learning & development. The process is described as "impressive" by Dr. Mike Bagshaw, an organisational psychologist and director of Trans4mation Ltd who has designed leadership programmes for clients including Bank of Scotland, HSBC, Pfizer, QinetiQ, Shell, he also added. "This is a new powerful innovative perspective in organisational development which reflects a unique orientation and contribution to personal and business development."
It is not surprising that this new learning & development process appeals to the leading 500 fortune companies. They see this technology adding value to global learning & development programmes and for implementing a coaching culture, quickly and cost effectively. The programmes can also be linked to performance appraisal systems to maximise ROI.
Why not try our Free Nano-Coaching Session at: http://www.keithbound.com/Nano_Coaching/Nano_Coaching.html
About Image Dynamics™
We accelerate business performance through creativity and self-discovery. We design and develop new powerful Nano-learning & development technologies and present our innovative processes through a variety of software programmes, corporate seminars, workshops and speaker engagements.
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