The Simulation Experience
Learners take the role of managing a department and working closely with reports and leadership peers for two simulated years. They must digest volumes of information coming at them, simulating a typical leader’s inbox, make decisions based on that information and their interpretation of situations, and analyze the consequences of their decisions in the long- and short-term future.
Gaming elements increase interactivity, provide a method of visually tracking results on a game board, and add an element of competition.
The Impact5 classroom-based simulation, used within a leadership development curriculum or as part of a leadership event or initiative, helps ensure your managers are ready to guide teams toward the right financial, customer, and operational results.