The Drive Discussion Guide #14 by Crystie McGrail On a recent trip I spent many quality hours traveling via a bus, waiting in an airport and finally on a plane and I used this time to read Drive- The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Dan Pink. I highly suggest picking up […]read more
Annual Staff Training Our annual staff gathering is an opportunity to share news & updates from the past year, provide an innovative professional development workshop, and continue to build our facilitator community and technical skills. This year provided the usual high energy and dedication that our Browne Center facilitators bring to their work every […]read more
Experiential Debriefs Debriefing or reflection after or during an activity, or at the end of your program, doesn’t have to be the typical circle with a question and answer format. Changing up your debriefs throughout the program to keep them varied, novel, and experiential keeps everyone engaged. Here is a short example of a debrief […]read more
Improving employee performance is paramount to improving the corporate bottom line. Our learning and development programs effectively transform the way people work and interact. Through experience-based learning, Browne Center program participants engage in activities, discussions and reflection that provide foundations for lasting change and organizational transformation.
The Browne Center promotes learning and personal growth in all our participants. With a long history of working with schools, The Browne Center designed a year-long curriculum to develop social and emotional skills in school-aged youth. Whether participating in a year-long implementation or a “peak day” at The Browne Center, our programs enhance skills in: Communication, Leadership, Team Development, Community Building, Trust, Healthy Risk Taking, Conflict Resolution, Diversity, and Inclusion.