A Social Learning Platform
Strive's Learning Philosophy: Learn by Doing
Most providers help participants absorb lessons in a classroom. We think management training and leadership development is about behavior change, not education – we use technology to help people continuously apply lessons on the job.
The Traditional Approach
How can we teach the best management lessons?
The Strive Approach
How can we help people change their behavior as leaders?
Increase Participant's Motivation for Intentional Application
Intentional application – learning by doing – is hard. It can be uncomfortable or challenging to try something new. Strive focuses on maximizing our learner's motivation for intentional application both at the outset and ongoing.
Learn By Doing
Strive's Technology Platform Facilitates the Learning Cycle
Participants complete Strive’s 360, combining a self-assessment with reviews from their manager, peers, and direct reports. The 360 facilitates better understanding of both professional personality and leadership skills.
Strive's intuitive dashboard allows participants to easily access all necessary pre, mid and post class material. The learning playlists include supplementary resources and basic frameworks for new skills.
Participants practice new skills during live, facilitator-led clases. These classes inlude small group breakouts where participants receive feedback from peers in a low stakes environment.
After class, participants complete an application challenge. Participants can select dynamic accountability buddies from their original 360 respondent pool to support their in their application.
After the core curriculum ends, Strive Advising helps people solve pressing problems with personalized curriculum and expert advice.
Study the Science Behind Strive
Strive’s platform brings the latest research on the science of learning to life.
One-on-One Wherever Possible
O’Reilly et al. (2004)
All Strive participants get 1:1 direction from their executive coach. 1:1 tutoring produces outcomes two standard deviations from the mean.