Virtual learning, real results

We help our partners to continually build in-demand skills and enhance performance throughout their teams. Remote-first and social approaches ensure that new discoveries are put into glorious practice among supportive groups of peers, wherever they're working from.


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Give the Gift of Growth

Charmingly illustrated by Martina Paukova, and satisfyingly printed on thick card — our seasonal gift passes are a great way to activate a new year's growth mindset among your team. And it all begins with a burst of curiosity inducing colour in their postbox (or inbox if needs must).


A buffet for your brain

Access our open programme of remote-first, social learning

Dec
7/12
Chair Yoga
Monday, December 7, 12:30pm1:00pm
We'll physically counteract the effect work has on our bodies and minds, with energising exercises to do from the comfort of our own chairs.
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8/12
Natural networking
Tuesday, December 8, 9:30am11:00am
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9/12
Are you listening?
Wednesday, December 9, 9:30am11:00am
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9/12
Managing up
Wednesday, December 9, 4:00pm5:30pm
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10/12
Running remote 1-1s
Thursday, December 10, 9:00am10:30am
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Jan
13/1
Think like an artist
Wednesday, January 13, 9:30am11:00am
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14/1
Purposeful presenting
Thursday, January 14, 9:30am11:30am
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19/1
Facilitating remote groups
Tuesday, January 19, 9:30am11:00am
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19/1
Strategies for stress
Tuesday, January 19, 4:00pm5:30pm
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20/1
Building Belief, with Ben Saunders
Wednesday, January 20, 9:30am11:00am
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20/1
Delegation, done
Wednesday, January 20, 4:00pm5:30pm
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Different sectors, a common belief
Different sectors, a common belief

We partner with growth-oriented organisations of all shapes and sizes; from FTSE 100 firms to burgeoning tech stars, small design studios to amazing charities. They all share a belief in the power of continual learning to drive cultural change and commercial success.

Brilliantly brought our team together, and has really challenged our thinking around digital literacy.

Charlotte Emmerson, The Guardian