The Artemis group members meet bi-monthly to explore solutions to real problems, both organisationally and in their everyday life experiences. Through honest debate and fierce conversations, each member decides on the actions that then want to take forward.
Discussions are focused around work-related issues. Members might raise areas to explore around development of new skills within their own organisations or ask for input on a particular project.
As part of a bespoke leadership and development programme. Members look to develop the skills they learn.
Your facilitator’s role is to provide guidance on the theory and practice of the Artemis programme, enabling the group’s members to learn by the unique experiences of the group.
Research has shown that our experienced facilitators will lead your group to success.
The facilitator will use the Artemis model to:
• The ability to learn from successes and failures
• To plan important changes and make those decisions
• Invest in your own personal development
• Value yourself and your values
• Explore strengths and weaknesses and be comfortable with them
• Monitor stress and manage it successfully
The programme is a non-judgmental arena. The value of each member’s experiences, abilities, skills and knowledge is recognised by others at a similar level.
However at the same time we ask our members to be challenging with each other and to lead conversations on how to do things or think about things differently
• A key feature of the programme is to enable individuals to model what they learn within their own organisations and to create a culture of the ‘Learning Organisation’.
• Each member can lead a culture of questioning and seeking new and better ways to do things.
• Each group develops skills in models participation and responsibility, empowerment and collaboration.
• Ultimately all the learning techniques within this programme are transferable and represent an ideal ‘learning management executive”.