In nature green represents balance, energy, prosperity and positive interaction.
Experiential learning is a motivating, active, challenging process where interpersonal bonding happens; it’s creative with no limit. Time to hack your settings! Start thinking differently, open up, listen, focus, embrace, learn about yourself and others and modify your thoughts and behaviours accordingly.
Giving people the chance “to breathe deeply” and find their way throughout life are one of the major objectives for green experience programs.
The fact is that companies aim for unconditional success and it is essential that company’s have to embrace and develop their employees accordingly.
Being goal oriented, proactive, an effective team player and a good listener are just some examples of the basic expected abilities of a professional. The good news is, we are all equipped with these core abilities and the better news is that these are possible to be improved.
Goodbye “classical lecturing”: now it’s time for playing and reflecting. By using effective experiential learning methodology participants are guided in a physical and psychological safe and joyful environment in which they can try out new things, focus and reflect and most importantly integrate the experience and learning into their work.
dilek polat sesli
Accredited John Adair Action Centred Leadership Trainer
Experiential Training Facilitator
…here are some personal and professional milestones… born in 1970 as the youngest, my family always gave me the feeling, “yes you are welcome in this world and in this family” and this is probably why they named me Dilek, which, in Turkish, means “Wish”.
Looking back I appreciate my parents and 3 brothers supporting me to become an independent, global minded, proactive, curious, respectful and conscious human being, I appreciate the chance to be born and live until the age of 21 in Pfalzgrafenweiler, a little village in Black Forest, Germany. Being half German I am precise, punctual, and a hard worker and being half Turkish I am passionate, flexible and always open to new challenges.
Since 1997 I have been working in the field of Self Awareness & Personal Development, focusing on human behavioural issues.
I started my professional career as a trainer in 1997 at Arthur Andersen as an assistant in the Training Consulting Department, following 2 years at Ernst & Young as a senior consultant, trainer and facilitator. In 2002 I joined the DSM group as a training manager and focused on marketing, designing and running experiential training programs. Since then experiential learning has become a passion and the right methodology to express myself.
Working as a consultant, I have had the chance to work with various global brands, diverse teams and with people at all levels from different businesses. I got the privilege to attend a 2 year psychodrama workshop at the Istanbul Psychodrama Institute, participated the Human Resources Certification Program at the Yildiz Technical University and since 2013 I am an accredited John Adair Action Centred Leadership Trainer. I am currently a student at the German Health Institute in Cologne, aiming to graduate in 2017 as a Psychological Adviser. Within my 20 years of experience I have had the chance to network with various other competent trainers from different countries and nationalities with whom we are running mutual programs. I am capable of running programs in my mother tongues German and Turkish as well as in English.
I am the life partner of Alper and mother of Pamir and Doruk, two great boys, always ready to challenge, fulfil and energise me.