Sterling Institute understands how people the world over learn and how they develop. That knowledge is what makes our training programs so effective and it is what enables our program participants to make measurable improvements on the job.
We recognize that people are more inclined to commit to the learning process if they make their own choices and direct their own development. It is quite magical how people take personal responsibility for their career development when they see the need to change and decide for themselves that they want to change. For this reason, we have created numerous assessment instruments that enable participants to discover their own strengths and improvement opportunities and to see themselves as others see them. This process of self-discovery and self-direction is a fundamental prerequisite to learning. We often work with clients to design training programs around our survey instruments so that clients are in a position to not only measure key practices, but to follow-up with training that enables participants to increase their effectiveness in the areas where they have identified gaps between their performance and the performance of the most effective leaders in their organization. These assessments also provide a means of periodically measuring progress and confirming improved performance over time.
To obtain a brief summary of our Learning Design, click here.