If ask you opinion for your company: what kind of learning methodology would choose you, nature (Outdoor Training) training or training in a classroom (Indoor Training)? Increasingly more organizations need to train their executives and managers in emotional skills, such as communication, teamwork, conflict resolution or management time, competences and skills of paramount importance for the entire enterprise, not only for the management team. In the same way, too, every day is more frequent that managers and directors of numerous companies, participate in training programs that have as objective the emotional training, and all done outdoors, what has become known as Outdoor training. Many human resources managers, overcome the suspicion to think that these activities may generate in the participants a sense of danger or emotional displacer, and hire consultants specializing in this type of services. It’s a methodology learning and training, recommended to achieve high levels of development and emotional growth, your method is experimentation and his classroom, the natural environment, while the analysis of the experimental work in a classroom. One of its features is that it allows to eliminate the conflicts that we face in the workplace on a daily basis. Perhaps one of the great values of this methodology is that it acts on dimensions and personal skills, so allows the participant to improve their emotional skills. Reinoso (2006), stresses that the learning outside the classroom: promotes experimentation with problem solving, is ‘ empuja to the knowledge of the Group and the trust, participants experience real emotions not being able to hide them or conceal them, the physical aspects of the activity cause active engagement in learning and, as a result of the activities in a different contextpeople break more easily with old models of thinking. Different studies agree that the oral transmission of some concepts, especially those related to emotional competencies, allow an average level that remember 15% of the above.

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