Inertia 2017-01-23T04:15:50+00:00

Tends to be at rest

Inertia | iˈnərSHə |

noun

Inertia describes the property of a body as… “the tendency of a body at rest to remain at rest”.  A secondary definition is “the resistance of a body to changes in momentum”.  The top dictionary definition of inertia is “inactivity”.

Originally defined by Isaac Newton as the first of his three laws of motion, this is perhaps the most compelling noun of our times.  Why?

Do these laws of physics translate to human behavior?  Stated in a less politically correct context, do you witness a lack of motion in yourself, others?  Do aspects of your company culture resemble a static image?  Have you observed leaders bestowed with a high density of inertia?  Are you a body that resists… anything, everything?

Why is so much of our training delivered while we are stationary, seated, and passive?

We believe few people want to be motionless.

If you are convinced that your most vital human resource development can be driven forward in a conference room, with your high potential leaders:

  • passively watching and listening to slide decks for consecutive hours (or days)
  • thumbing through thick workbooks they will never open again
  • with hundreds of texts being typed under the table top
  • and regularly scheduled “bio” breaks (which are the secret focus of your participants)

…then we’re not your partner.

We offer a far more than compelling alternative.  Outdoor.  Active.  Problem-solving.

The start of any personal or team transformation begins with acknowledgment of your developmental inertia, whether situational, psychological, physical, or all of these.

To move in the desired direction (with us), you’ll need to overcome your current inertia.

“Getting back to achieving shared goals through teamwork using traditional tools, and your own hands, is worthwhile given today’s tech-heavy and time-constrained work environment.”

Dean H
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