JSRI Program Design
Utilizing our unique, proprietary methodology - Leadership Logistics™, to develop and customize our program materials for client specific requirements, JSRI offers programs that deliver both theoretical knowledge and application skills in integrated formats. Depending on your organization's needs and desires programs of various lengths and intensity are available to deliver the knowledge and skills required.
Our focus is on delivering developmental training programs that improve professional performance in the organization through the installation of specific knowledge and precision skills. This is accomplished through the unique combination of program content development and our proprietary program design and learning processes.
All JSRI training is customized around our core program material and then related to the specific application requirements of the client organization, as well as the participants for whom the training is being designed. Client specific case studies and experiential exercises are built to these requirements, to be used during the actual delivery of the training. Tying the client specific requirements, program material and program delivery together is the training design structure.
We deliver programs in three formats:
The intention behind each of these formats varies with the time invested and delivery methods that are employed. While all of our programs at JSRI are thorough and complete, each format offers the participants a unique and specific training result as a function of the interplay between the content and structure of the program.
In each of our program formats the participants will develop real world knowledge and skills which translate into immediate performance improvement. The intention in our comprehensive programs is that participants will leave the training with the knowledge and skills embedded and fully intact - that is fully operational at the completion of the program. The participants will not need to translate the program for their specific application or require additional training or coaching for them to implement what they've already learned. We call this process, building "skin" memories - referring to the integration of the learning at the level of unconscious competence and reflex responsiveness.
For example, while the content of each of our negotiation programs remains consistent the differences in formats would be: