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During this quarterly session in Chicago, attendees enjoyed a peer-networking benchmarking opportunity to learn about a Process Designed Social Learning program that has produced evidence-based results. The evolution of Process Designed Training (PDT) that began with groups of 8 CEO’s and Young Presidents, who are now bringing this PDT program to their organizations was explained. We explored case-studies from some of Chicagoland great companies, including Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches.

This discussion was facilitated using a complimentary resource to assist in framing the evidenced-based social learning process and highlight tools and techniques YOU CAN USE IMMEDIATELY in your workplace:

This session kick-off reviewed ten years of research conducted from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Liautaud Graduate School of Business. Specifically, the research details the communication protocol and vulnerability-based exercises that accelerate emotional and social learning, meaningful connection, and empowered contribution. Learn how the PDT social learning process increases group Emotional Intelligence (EI), including the neuroscience literature that supports the biogenetic human need to connect & contribute.

Then lessons learned exploring case studies using a Process Designed Training (PDT) supported by online social learning platforms. Participants will learn how Process Designed Training (PDT) depends on the process, not on the trainer and/or facilitator.

We wrapped up this session with an interactive peer review (or Q&A) with the participants to share and learn with your peer-group.

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