Seminars usually range from two to four hours and are more interactive than lectures, permitting strong audience participation.
A seminar is the shortest form of behavior changing interaction. Active participation encourages more than attitudinal change. SVII offers many types of seminars regarding all aspects of innovation.
If your organization is ready to move beyond changing how people think about things, to an initial exploration of how to actually alter their behavior to achieve different results, then a seminar is the way to go. Seminar audiences are necessarily smaller than lectures to encourage a greater percentage of the individuals to actively participate.
“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.”
~ Lao Tzu (604 BC–531 BC) Chinese philosopher