In house workshops have been the linchpin of learning and development activity in businesses large and small for many years. At their best, they connect with your people, engage them in highly participative learning activities and move them to action. That means putting their learning into practice and adding value to your business.
Sadly, in many cases, in house workshops become a treadmill of the ‘same old same old’. People turn up with low expectations, often based on previous experiences, and just go through the motions. The goal is attendance (often because they have to) rather than skill building and improving performance.
It doesn’t need to be that way.