Motivating learning for modern managers
Our punchy, proven and performance-enhancing accelerator provides recently promoted people managers with practical and immediately applicable skills to thrive and support others in the modern world of work.
The programme is available to your teams directly, or in cross-organisational cohorts; with six core modules explored through a series of live experiential workshops, action assignments and supporting micro-learning — and with optional 1-1 coaching on offer too.
Accessing the programme
Open cohorts, or direct to teams anywhere
Six motivating modules
Relevant, practical and actionable learning
Participants work and learn among supportive cohorts of peers; contracting around social learning principles, working together in the service of each others' development — and with group accountability baked in.
The action's in-between
Buddies, mini-missions, reflection prompts, transfer task and other social touches ensure that everything covered is put into glorious practice, with each new session beginning with a check in on what's changed since last time.
Nudge, nudge. Think, think
Tailored bursts of micro-learning support the live group experiences; served up in brain friendly, bite-size doses between them. The invitation is to continually try and apply new tactics, mindsets and experiments within real team and relational contexts.
Science-backed, expert led
Cohorts are guided by accredited YCN coach-facilitators throughout, and welcoming in a cast of subject experts to join key sessions around their specific experiences. And all aspects of the programme delivery are rooted in proven and practical behavioural science.
Community based, lifelong learning
Participants join our super-active alumni community of practice — continually invited to benefit from a thriving ongoing calendar of coaching circles, live events and digital learning opportunities.
“Unlike any development programme I’ve taken part in before. This felt more like a series of powerful conversations that fundamentally changed how I think about my work and my style as a manager.“