Case studies

Akatemia supports talented individuals who have the courage and desire to make a difference in their work. Our focus is developing the skills of educators, business managers and young people to create environments where learning as a team enhances personal and organisational performance. Here are some stories.

Team Mastery 2023

The next Team Mastery programme is scheduled to commence during the October 2022. Dates to be confirmed but contact us to receive more information.

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Three continents – Global Business Challenge

A ground-breaking collaboration that brought together six universities across three continents to give students an extraordinary experience of teal learning has shown what can be achieved when online learning is embraced as an opportunity and not a limitation

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COVID 19: Team Mastery goes virtual

Experiential learning – working together and reflecting on the process – is at the heart of Team Mastery, an innovative international programme which for decades has taken participants on journeys through Europe, China and South America to learn together how to become entrepreneurial team coaches.

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Team learning means business

Graduate under-employment is a significant issue throughout Europe. Not only is it demotivating for the individuals who have invested time and money in education it generates a poor return for national investment in higher education. The team learning pilot and research project successfully helped 60 graduates from three countries towards employment.

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Applying Team Mastery in the community

Kate Saunders completed UK Team Mastery in 2017 and was keen to use her new coaching skills to make a difference in the community.

“My purpose as a social action film-maker has always been working collaboratively to create change and team entrepreneurship is a powerful process for creative teams.”

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“I don’t think there’s anything more useful than getting pushed out there to start your own project, getting real feedback and learning by doing.”

Natalie Adair, team entrepreneur
University of West of England