Custom Simulation DVD

AMRI teaches employees how to recognize their own impulses and moods, how to read situations accurately and respond most appropriately depending on the situation or person they are dealing with. Our simulations showcase your most common conflicts enacted powerfully to present the pros and cons of common behavioral responses, and teaches emotional intelligence that can be comprehended by anyone.

Avoid the one-size-fits-all binder training program! Appreciate the fact that your conflicts are unique to you and your organization. AMRI creates simulations that speak to and engage your employees. As an employer you can now empower your employees with tools that that can irrefutably increase your bottom line. Soft skills”, “people smarts”, “social savvy”, or “street smarts”. However, you slice it, these skills make a huge difference on your bottom line

Why Utilize Simulation Based Learning?

People learn best by watching and doing. Many habits are learned by copy-catting others. Psychologists call this learned behavior. Many managers and employers are put to work and expected to just “work” without being given some core “emotional and psychological tools”. While they may have the competency to do “work related” responsibilities, many times, the emotional and interpersonal components required are lacking. The truth is that often “employees don’t know what to do or say” in a given conflict and instead do what comes naturally. react …..which is often counter-productive. Being successful at one’s job requires more than just a good education or years of experience, it also requires insight, social skill and sensibility. Our Simulation training puts learning content into action. Watching and analyzing these modules gives employees confidence to try alternative problem solving skills while learning about emotional competencies. In addition, it:

 

RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI)

Your real environment simulated

The PROCESS



How it Works

Our consultants design a script based on the scenarios and design 2 mock options (one that shows how not to do it, and one that shows the ideal situation to handle the conflict.

Types of Simulations

The AREAS

Areas we will be focusing on

  1. Self-Awareness: is how someone understands their own feelings, behaviors, and motivations. This is demonstrated by being in touch with the perception of others, being aware of strengths and weaknesses, someone who has a candor and sense of humor about themselves and a realistic self-confidence.

 

  1. Self-Control: is the ability for a person to manage their impulses to not say or do inappropriate things even when the urge is strong. It includes the ability to think before acting, considering the negative consequences of impulsive behavior and managing feelings constructively rather than allowing them to dominate and undermine performance.

 

  1. Social Skill: is the way someone handles themselves in interpersonal interactions. This is demonstrated through reading non-verbal body language, establishing and maintaining effective relationships, and utilizing strategic socializing to build a wide network.

 

  1. Motivation: refers to how someone applies themselves in life. Those with high motivation are motivated intrinsically and have the ability to persevere toward goals with enthusiasm and determination, even after failure.

 

  1. Empathy: is being able to read the emotional needs of another and respond to them in a way that is most appropriate. Someone with high empathy recognizes that they must frame the same message differently depending on the audience.

 

  1. Stress Tolerance: is the ability to handle various levels of stress coming from multiple sources. Those with high stress tolerance can handle high levels of stress without losing productivity or effectiveness.

 

  1. Flexibility: is the ability to handle changing circumstances and expectations without disruption. Someone with high flexibility can handle changing conditions and uncertainty while maintaining their productivity.

 

  1. Influence: is the ability to understand the spoken and unspoken dynamics of a situation and mediate differences of opinion to negotiate desired outcomes. Someone with high influence is able to read situations and people in order to positively influence others.

 

  1. Problem Solving: refers to how someone recognizes a problem and can think of several viable solutions that can be implemented to create win-win results. Someone with problem solving can evaluate alternatives and solutions thoughtfully and objectively before making decisions and has multiple contingency plans.

 

  1. Optimism: is the ability to look at the brighter side of life and to maintain a positive attitude. Optimism is demonstrated by persistence in seeking goals despite obstacles and setbacks, a belief that positive change is possible in themselves and others, someone who sees each problem as an individual occurrence rather than a grand plan against them and who operates from the hope of success rather than the fear of failure.