Theory is supportive and not leading!

Kenneth Smit is highly interactive. Theory is supportive and not leading. During interactive sessions, workshops and role plays,   participants discover for themselves that another way of having progress conversations will lead to better results. We hold a mirror up to their faces and practise intensively. They also learn a lot from their fellow- participants. The result of this method of working is that each participant with many new ideas and a different approach can set to work in their own organisation immediately after the training and…. demonstrably be more effective.