Course Schedule

Using the Hermmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI), discover your own thinking style and how to use thinking styles while facilitating learning.

2-day course, February 9 - 10, 2012

University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Using the Learning Styles Questionnaire (LSQ), the Learning Systems Diagnostic Instrument (LSDI), the Training Type Inventory (TTI), and the Hermmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI), discover how learning and thinking styles affect learning, and how to design with learning and thinking styles in mind.

3-day course, September 17 - 19, 2012

University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Experience how to solve real problems in real time using action learning, a process that focuses on building consensus through problem solving.

3-day course, September 23 - 25, 2013

University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Learn how cultural systems are created and sustained, and how these cultures dictate how people learn and what they are allowed to learn. Create sustainable change that work with the culture, rather than against it.

3-day course, February 11 - 13, 2014

University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Examine the flow of energy (e.g., resources, time, energy) in your organization, using the Energy Flow Model, and find out how to maximize energy flow and minimize energy blockages.

3-day course, TBA

University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Learn how to integrate systems thinking, reflexive practice, and strategic practice into a powerful decision support system that you can use in real time.

3-day course, TBA

University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Learn how relational systems in organizations are created and sustained, and how they dictate how people interact with each other. Transform relational dynamics from those steeped in competition and conflict to those that create relationships that work.

3-day course, October 28 - 30, 2013

University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Learn how operational systems in organizations are created and sustained, and how they dictate what people do, and how work gets done. Use systems thinking to manage the change from ineffective to effective operational dynamics.

3-day course, TBA

University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada