Accountability huddle groups of three to five learners meet weekly to move the content from theory to practice. This connective and rich opportunity for dialogue is often the most popular part of the program.
One member of the cohort is assigned as the huddle leader. They need little prep and lead the group with an easy-to-follow facilitation guide.
All non-video elements of the course can be customized to include your company’s lingo, cultural terms, and priorities.
You can do this, and for certain groups, this is the best path. However, this program is an experience that transforms behavior over time and can’t be summarized effectively. The new way of working that the program introduces contains many terms, tools, and permissions that everyone should acquire individually through practice for true effectiveness. If budget is the only reason that you are considering leaders only, please discuss this with a JFG team member.
This is a common and unavoidable challenge for the first group that completes the program. A way to reduce the friction between those inside and outside the learning group is to buy the book, A Minute to Think, for senior leaders of groups that the learners interact with cross-functionally. This will help with spreading the program’s ideas. We also provide ten packs of “guest seats” for your initiative to expose adjacent lines of business to the content.
Our minimum engagement for a fully designed and project-managed initiative is 100K. This usually covers a pilot or program for around 110 to 180 learners depending on the richness of the design.