Human beings exist to solve problems. I thought for sure that this sentence would pre-exist my thought as I began to write this Post. Google answered, "It looks like there aren't many great matches for your search."
I may actually be able to claim, "Human beings exist to solve problems", is my original work.
Whether I can or not is likely moot, but I may as well claim it.
Thing is, I firmly believe that "Human beings exist to solve problems", (© Copyright 2022. All Rights Reserved.) and that statement is partly the inspiration for a pedagogical model and a series of nine learning programs.
The programs have been designed to be universally relevant, regardless of the student's age or circumstances.
The fulcrum of the programs is the "problem that has to be solved."
Given that problems are infinitely variable, the nature and complexity of the problems are carefully aligned with the student's level of experience and intellect.
This approach to learning delivers truly powerful outcomes for all involved.
The programs have been delivered to young cohorts between 10-years and 16-years-of-age.
The fulcrum concept is well proven.
We now await innovative CEOs and senior managers to grasp the potential to apply the learning approach in organizational settings as a means to identify staff who have the greatest potential to be future leaders.
A helpful by-product of the "experiential fulcrum" is that the gnarliest of challenging problems get solved.
We welcome inquiries from organizational leadership that is searching for high-impact learning programs.
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