Our trainings help organisations to ...

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Bring teams to a new skillset level

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Introduce common toolsets, language and processes

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Align across different stakeholders, businesses and sites/geographies

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Increase Impact of Marketing Investment

What our customers say

Featured Programs

Product Management & Marketing Training

Product Management & Marketing Training

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B2B Branding Product vs Company

B2B Branding Product vs Company

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Value Proposition Training

Value Proposition Training

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Our Methodology

 

We Invest in Understanding your business

 

We combine Theory & Practice

 

We tailor our training to your needs & industry

 

We measure results

Skein firmly routes its learning methods in the contemporary insights of ‘Learning Science’. Multiple independent studies confirm the value of ‘active learning’ methods as being the most efficient method for learners to reach the required level of understanding. A critical component of active learning is that the learner, rather than the instructor, is at the centreand focus of all activities in the classroom through involving them in gathering information, thinking, and problem solving.

 

Skein’s learning method is based on three important principles:

 

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Students must engage in activity that forces them to reflect upon ideas and how they are using those ideas by preparing the business cases prior to engaging in class room activities. This allows learners to internalize the new concepts at their own pace and increases the effectiveness of the collaborative learning activities. 


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Students must continuously assess their degree of understanding and skill at handling concepts or problems through applying the concepts to an inhouse project. 

 

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Students are required to actively participate and contribute during the sessions to attain the desired knowledge, both during lecture based interactions as group assignments.

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Share knowledge

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Install confidence

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Stimulate reflection

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Trigger action

Insights & cases

Marketers, connect to your CEO

Ultimately, in any company, the CEO is responsible for profitable growth. She wants to grow revenue and manage cost, hence creating shareholder value.

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How B2B Marketers can lift the Curse of Knowledge

This might come as somewhat of a surprise, but almost every technological company out there is cursed. Not in a medieval kind of way, although some of you might think that, but in a psychological way.

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Keeping sales from becoming a disabler

Increase value for its customers through bringing more customer centric products in the market

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