What is The PDI Difference?
People often ask us, what makes us different. When you’ve experienced a Leadership Strategies facilitated meeting or training class, you will know. We call it the PDI difference. Practical, Dynamic and Interactive.
Practical-- We convert abstract concepts like facilitation and relationship management into detailed, step-by-step techniques for success. We not only tell participants what techniques work, we show them how they work, why they work, and when and where to use them.
Dynamic– Most people comment that our facilitators bring a high level of energy to their work. Through their dynamic facilitation style, they are able to maintain the group’s interest, participation and learning.
Interactive– We keep our sessions highly interactive. Participants are constantly engaged during the session in large group or small group activity. This high level of interaction increase focus, buy-in and learning transfer.
PRACTICAL...methods that will produce results
1. In our facilitation we use:
Our 5 P's model, designed to ensure our understanding of your Purpose, desired Product, Participants, and Probable issues in order to create a Process that delivers
Highly detailed and structured planning models as a comprehensive baseline for developing a realistic process to meet your needs for strategic planning, process improvement, issue resolution
Facilitators that are trained in the 10 Principles of Facilitation and are well versed in the 100+ techniques for achieving amazing results with groups
Flexible techniques for incorporating regular adjustments to plan as new information is revealed during facilitated sessions
Relationship managers who conduct follow-up with you to ensure your needs are met
2. In our training we:
Use specific techniques to take "touchy-feely" concepts, like facilitation and relationship management, and isolate the detailed, step-by-step strategies for success.
Tell participants what techniques work, we show them how they work, why they work, and when and where to use them
Break the most difficult concepts down to their critical elements to make learning and application that much easier.
Provide useful techniques you can apply immediately and refer back to over and over again for valuable guidance in addressing work situations
DYNAMIC...Energy that keeps you engaged!
You can expect:
INTERACTIVE...proven methods for successful integration and application
In our facilitation we:
In our training we use: