Want to master reframing? Here are some options for teams and organizations. (Scroll down for alternatives if you are working as an individual.)

For teams and organizations

Training (virtual or in-person)

Want to introduce reframing to your team or organization? Book a one-hour session with Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg or one of our other partners.

The session introduces your team to reframing and takes them through some application exercises, including small-team interactive breakouts. Option to add signed books at bulk rates.

Virtual sessions are optimised for participant engagement and are typically conducted over Zoom, WebEx, or Teams. Other platforms are possible provided they support breakout groups and rapid interaction.

Problem solving seminar

Do you have specific business problems you need to tackle? Set up a session (virtual or in-person) where your team first learn the reframing method and then apply it to one or more of your current problems.

The seminar can focus on shared challenges that you define, or alternately, people can bring individual business challenges that they then get to work on. Typical duration is 2 hours.

Integrate reframing into a change effort

The reframing session is well suited for integration into bigger change efforts. For instance, with one client who aimed to improve gender diversity via a 300 people event, we first had employees reframe the problem and then asked them to define and carry out small local experiments to move forward.

Keynote speaking

Book Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg or one of our other partners to speak at your next event or virtual meeting. (Coronavirus restrictions apply for in-person events.)

Corporate licensing

Want to make reframing part of your organization’s internal training portfolio? Get in touch to hear more about corporate licensing and Train the Trainer options.

Give the book to others

Want to give “What’s Your Problem?” to your team, your organization, or your clients? Get in touch for bulk discount rates and special customization options, such as signed copies, CEO forewords, or getting your logo on the cover.

For individuals

The book

The book “What’s Your Problem?“, published by Harvard Business Press, is the natural first step if you want to become a better at solving the right problems.

The book is designed not just to be read, but also guides you in applying reframing to your own problems and those of your clients, step by step. See buying options.

More options

We are working on other options, including an online course and a Teach your Team deck, but these are delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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