Implementation develops skills, strategies, and techniques, by breaking them down and working on them before combining them into composite behaviours.

  "It is helpful to view learning as occurring in three stages:

initial learning for accuracy or quality; practice for fluency and endurance; and application or combination of components into composite behaviour. Many learning programs fail to produce true mastery because they skip or minimize the second stage and prematurely plunge learners into the third stage before learners are able to perform one or more critical components fluently. "


(taken from "Doesn't Everybody Need Fluency" by Dr. Carl Binder)


At the Implementation phase we practice components to embed best practices. There are three stages:


1: Breaking down aspects of interpersonal interactions into manageable pieces.

2: Practice through drills to learn how to apply these discreet skills in ways that work for you.

3: Preparation for simulation and real world interactions.



picture of a simulated discussion course lecture Implementation definition Two groups shaking hands after closing deal.


Training with our seven step method gives you the tools you need to perform well, both in the simulations and in real life.



Conditioning ensures that your reactions are appropriate and consistent for the best result every time.



Live Simulations for results oriented practice in realistic conditions.




Implementation breaks down skills into manageable pieces, and solidifies the ‘where and when’ to use what works for you.



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