Master TetraMap Facilitator Jan Alley invited me to meet Glen Ryan, Principal at St. Anne’s Catholic School Manurewa, Auckland New Zealand. Jan has been working with Glen and his team since 2017, providing TetraMap training regularly as one of the central pillars of the school’s ongoing professional development events.
Collaborative learning as an instructional approach is widely used in higher education institutions where students work together to converse with peers, exchange knowledge and skills to accomplish common goals. Efficacy of knowledge acquisition, disposition, and enrichment could be the positive result of collaborative learning. However, students without an adequate understanding of group dynamics revealed that diversity in groups inhibited productive group dynamics.
Having a deep sense of purpose is essential for a meaningful life, and for me this is about doing what I can to help create a more loving and sustainable world. I was therefore really excited to be able to deliver a TetraMap® Facilitator Certification Programme at the Eden Project in Cornwall last month (Nov 2017)
Participants regularly report that it is the most practical of all the skills we teach them and they go on to use it widely in their workplaces and personal relationships.
All around the globe, TetraMap Facilitators are enablers – trained to unravel the complexity of human behaviour in ways that celebrate our natural diversity. Not only does TetraMap unite people using a set of tools that help them learn from one another, it also creates sustainable business solutions to achieve tangible performance results.
ATN Group is delivering of training programmes for Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply. Including TetraMap helped participants prioritise what was important in negotiation – the process and impact of personality on the process.
Teachers and staff at Holy Cross School were introduced to a new way of communication and collaborating that improved staff relationships. As mindsets shifted, staff realised they could apply their learning with students.
Hft identified the need for its managers to build their personal effectiveness. This highly participative programme enabled learners to learn new models, ideas, and theories as well as having ample opportunity to practises and receive constructive feedback.
TetraMap helped a public sector client to resolve a Personal Grievance claim of bullying and get a seriously damaged working relationship back on track
TetraMap created a connection through common understandings, visions, and language. Initially, I was pretty sceptical. Mainly because I couldn’t see how such a simple model could stick and be used throughout the business at all levels. However, it did not take me long before I noticed how many people were talking about it.
The model continues to engage individuals by helping them with team building, new team formation, reducing conflict, and managing and leading others.
A German savings bank introduced a financial counseling concept involving a significant culture change. As a simple and holistic model for dealing with diversity, TetraMap was integrated into the sales executives’ training.