The Experience

Engagement & Alignment

The Experience

The experience is created by simulating real life situations in a safe environment that allows for
discovery, discussions and learning

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Simulating the real life experience is critical to allow the participants to learn from the awareness of their own behaviours.

We do this by selectively configuring the activities that are chosen based on multiple factors such as the learning objectives, physical intensity, mental intensity, no. of participants, level of audience, cultural sensitivity, space, and the dynamics within the team or group.

The power of the ABAMI experiential platforms comes from creating the experience combined with our unique approach to the brief and debrief. Every platform gives the participants the opportunity to make team decisions and opens the door to specific aspects of team and leadership development.

Our methodology is to set the scene appropriately for the objectives, observe the dynamics as they unfold and then lead the debrief to guide the participants to ensure that no learning opportunity is missed.

All ABAMI engagement programs are delivered using the experiential learning methodology combined with the transformational development process which entices the emotional transitions required to accelerate change.  From Fear to Courage, Judgement to Curiosity, Frustration to excitement. The emphasis in experiential learning is on the process of learning and making it a fun experience .

Experiential learning consists of four phases – experiencing by doing the activity, sharing feelings and reactions, analysing the experience and finally applying the learning to other situations.

Experiential Learning Methodology
The learning will be derived through an in-depth debrief of the experience and how they behaved and interacted in each of the challenges. The foundation of our methodology is Lencioni’s Team Dysfunctions. Trust is the base for all the team dysfunctions, it is the foundation for team and leadership performance. Observing a team’s performance during an activity with TRUST as the base line allows to investigate other aspects such as :