Training Attention specialises in applying systems thinking to learning and development. The Training Attention practice allows organisations, teams and individuals to understand themselves, other people and the dynamics between them in a non-judgemental way. This allows them to generate and manage their own changes, bringing sustainable development.
Don’t do anything to anyone that they can’t learn to do for themselves
Developing ideas in areas where resources are scarce, such as community work, has taught us to bring intensive 1:1 skills into relaxed group formats. We make sure that each training can stand alone and that attendees can use the tools immediately back at work with their teams or colleagues.
Walking our own talk
A key difference at Training Attention is that we continuously apply the practises to ourselves using clean feedback and are an example of it. We train in diverse pairs, recruit for diversity in values and rigorously evaluate on both outcomes and delivery. We continuously challenge our own and each other’s thinking through our academic links and in supervision.
Making it real
We don’t want you to think, go away and wonder how to apply what you’ve learnt. We want you to bring your problems into the training and we’ll teach you our practice by coaching you through them live and in the moment.
Those that take on the Training Attention practice as part of their core culture, acquire a practical tool for bridging the gap between the theory and application of system thinking.