What is that?
We build Common Sense Intelligence.
Common sense is predominantly unconscious. It is the sum total of every active learning experience we have ever had. We each have a CSQ™ box filled with this knowledge and these experiences. A box rare and unique, solely of us for us. Every decision we make or problem we solve is using this box. When people ask us ‘why’ we acted in a particular way – for most of us we simply say – it’s just common sense.
When an ice hockey player strikes a puck angling the blade in a certain way – it’s just common sense. When a football player strikes a ball in a specific way to create a particular spin and trajectory – it’s just common sense. When a safety officer acts quickly and assertively under pressure – it’s just common sense. Not to us….but to them, according to their CSQ™ box, it is.
The unconscious ‘common sense’ is where we operate within our brain when we are under pressure, stress, tired, unwell or simply ‘busy’ thinking about many things such as an elite athlete, busy staff member, exam pressured student or growing teen. To perform well we must actively, concisously, manage our CSQ™ box to free up our limited concious mind to focus on the next important thing.
How do you build Common Sense?
We uncover the unconscious hidden in the box and using special types of repetition put the behaviours you require back into your CSQ™ box. Whether it be creating visual manuals to replace text, enabling compliance officers to act quickly and effectively, through to using film and specially designed training to assist an athlete, Build CSQ™ builds the ‘common sense’ necessary to succeed when the concious is ‘busy’ and the unconscious rules your actions and decision-making.Think of a behaviour that should be ‘just common sense’ in your world…
Using the latest in learning science and immersive technology, Build CSQ™ create active learning experiences – repetition – to embed this behaviour using:
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