• Dmitri Šlõkov

    The practical part gave us first-hand experience of what it was all about. My thinking in a stress situation was a lot different to the way I’d imagined it would be.

    Dmitri Šlõkov
    RKIK IT juht
  • Nele Geberson

    All the exercises were really exciting. And I liked that there were curveballs that threw your plans into disarray and meant you had to start from scratch in terms of what to do and how to do it. Just like in real life.

    Nele Geberson
    RKIK, Taristuosakonna Põhja portfellijuht
  • Janari Jaanso

    A practical, matter-of-fact management training day suited to companies (or departments within them) for ice-breaking, team-building and, most of all, changing the participants’ management-based attitudes and teaching them working practices, all led by experienced former members of the Defence Forces. Everyone is guaranteed to get good management advice and useful tips.

    Janari Jaanso
    Milrem Robotics Projekti Juht
  • Kalle Kuusik

    ‘How to Human’ training

    For me personally, this was one of the best practical training courses I’ve ever been on. It really pulled me out of my comfort zone and pointed out the weaknesses I need to deal with. It opened my eyes and really got me thinking.”

    Kalle Kuusik
    Nortal, Head of Delivery Unit
  • Alar Alp

    ‘How to Human’ training

    “An eye-opening training course, in the direct sense of the word.”

    Alar Alp
    RKIK, kommunikatsioonispetsialist
  • Kadi-Kai Kollo

    ‘How to Human’ training

    “The theory bit was good, but the practical part was even better. It was real practice – the person I was paired with had no idea what my intentions were. The sense of accomplishment and the buzz I got from it made me realise that I’ll be able to handle myself in any situation, but more than that, I’ll know when other people are trying to use certain techniques on me as well.”

    Kadi-Kai Kollo
    RKIK, Insener Tehnilise Büroo juht
  • Rein Aksim

    Practical problem-solving model

    “I like that I now have an extra tool that’s been tested and shown to work and that I can use to deal with other issues as well.”

    Rein Aksim
    FLIR Systems, Tarneahela juht
  • Indrek Ulst

    Practical problem-solving model

    “I liked it. There was no waffle. It all led to an actual result we can put to use.”

    Indrek Ulst
    Mooncascade kaas-asutaja
  • Anu Einberg

    Practical problem-solving model

    “I liked the fact the training was very specific and focussed on our use case. I also liked that it wasn’t so much about learning something new, but more about coming away with a really practical solution, and that’s exactly what happened. 

    The course really cut back the time it took for the working group and management to arrive at the same level of knowledge and understanding of the problem and how to solve it. It also meant we reached a decision and arrived at an action plan a lot sooner.”

    Anu Einberg
    Mooncascade CEO
  • Heili Sitre

    “The principles of paradigms and taking responsibility really spoke to me. The materials and the exercises really helped me take everything in.”

    Heili Sitre
    Inzmo, Kliendisuhtluse osakonna juht
  • Robert Käsper

    A great course which gets people in the civil sector approaching situations from a different angle and makes how they handle it more flexible and easier to understand.”

    Robert Käsper
    RKIK, Sõduri kategooria juht

Or in other words, where we go and how we get there

As part of this training we work with the whole team to get a fix on or review the company’s foundations, which is to say the direction everyone is moving in and what’s considered important in doing so. The main task on the course is to make it clear to everyone what the organisation’s goals are, how to reach them and what values they mustn’t forget along the way. In the process, all team members get to make their own contribution to the development of the vision, mission and values. The end result is that everyone has the same understanding of why these issues are important and can use them in their everyday work to produce a greater whole.

We work together to establish a vision and mission and values for the organisation or to update them.

Our vision is what we want to achieve, i.e. the main aim of the company. 

Our mission is what we do to reach that objective. 

Our values reflect the company’s culture and what we consider important on a day-to-day basis in moving towards our vision

If objectives are set without the involvement of the team, you have to go to a great deal of effort to make them clear to everybody. However, if the entire team is involved from the word go, they have a much better understanding of the goals. Thereby every member of the team is able to contribute to the achievement of the company’s objectives while remaining both flexible and motivated.

Read our blog to find out more about the real value of participating in this course!