Learning

Our customized learning approach combines principles of neuroscience and behavior change to help people build new skills and increase their capability. We apply Neurobehavioral techniques to help people overcome emotional barriers to success and think, act, and collaborate more effectively. Our experience-based designs include individual assessments, group reflection, and on-the-job application.

Learning for the New World of Work: Kintla's neurobehavioral approach

We design our learning experience to integrate with ongoing work, day-to-day and moment-to-moment. A typical course involves an initial learning experience to develop skills followed by a sequence of on-the-job experiences where learners apply their new skills with the aid of coaching and peer support.

Kintla's Approach

Spaced learning over time with on-the-job experience between learning touch points

Small doses of content with fluency building, mostly focused on application

Discovery learning that permits exposure to challenges and errors in applying learning

Variety in practice across settings for several months to increase generality

Intentional reflection built into learning, coaching, and networking interactions

Micro-behavior change strategy to intentionally embed new patterns into the Daily Operating Rhythm

Active learner network with planned discussions, reflections, and peer feedback

Traditional Approaches

Massed learning events in multiple-day workshops or extensive conferences

Large doses with limited fluency building, mostly focused on mastering content

Instructor-driven learning that limits opportunities to experience challenges and errors

Limited variety of practice in workshop with brief or no application learning

Unplanned reflection happens as a byproduct of the learning process; learners do not formally capture or review experiences

Macro-behavior change strategy where adopting new patterns is left to learner after the initial learning event

Passive learner network with no arranged reflection or peer involvement