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A proposal letter for your boss

We understand that some organisations will need approval before joining Experiential Learning Tools so here's a template to help that process.

8th March 2024

A proposal letter for your boss
We all know and agree on how effective experiential learning can be for organisational development or learning and development teams. And we know and agree how great the range of interactive virtual activities available on Experiential Learning tools is. However you might need to convince someone else in your organisation that using a tool like Experiential Learning Tools will be worthwhile and deliver a return on investment.

So we've create a simple easy to copy template you can use as a starting point in letting your boss know just how good transformational the Experiential Learning Model and Theory can be and how Experiential Learning Tools empowers trainers to deliver world class training remotely. Feel free to adapt and use as needed within your organisation to help a superior understand the benefits of virtual training through ELT.

Subject: Proposal for Enhancing Our Team's Capabilities through Experiential Learning Tools

Dear [Boss's Name],

I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to share an idea that I believe could significantly enhance our team's effectiveness, adaptability, and overall performance. After conducting thorough research and reflecting on our current challenges and goals, I propose that we consider integrating Experiential Learning Tools (ELT) into our training and development programs.

Experiential learning is a well-established methodology that promotes learning through doing. Unlike traditional training methods, which often rely on passive absorption of information, ELT engages participants actively, allowing them to acquire essential skills through firsthand experience, reflection, and application. This approach aligns perfectly with our organizational values of continuous improvement and innovation.

Key Benefits of Experiential Learning Tools:

  • Improved Problem-Solving Abilities: ELT activities are designed to simulate real-world challenges, enabling our team members to develop and refine their problem-solving skills in a controlled, supportive environment.
  • Enhanced Team Collaboration: Many ELT activities require teamwork and effective communication, fostering a sense of unity and improving interpersonal dynamics within our team.
  • Increased Engagement and Retention: By actively participating in their learning, employees are more likely to retain information and skills, leading to long-lasting improvements in performance.
  • Adaptability to Change: ELT prepares individuals to adapt and thrive in changing environments by encouraging flexibility, critical thinking, and resilience.
  • Fully Remote: the activities on ELT are full remote and can be used in our dynamic, modern work environment to bring team members together for meaningful training activities.

Activities such as Colourblind and Simbols are widely used, proven tools to enhance training programmes.

Implementing ELT could be a game-changer for us, especially in areas such as leadership development, customer service, project management and overall communication and productivity. To ensure the effectiveness and alignment with our specific needs, I suggest we start with a pilot program focused using the Solo tier which costs only £399 for an annual licecne. This approach will allow us to assess the impact and ROI of these tools before a wider roll-out.

I am confident that by embracing ELT, we can achieve remarkable improvements in our team's capabilities and performance. I would be happy to lead the initiative and coordinate a demonstration or trial session to further illustrate the potential benefits.

Could we schedule a time to discuss this proposal in more detail? I am eager to share more about how Experiential Learning Tools can contribute to our success and support our long-term objectives.

Thank you for considering my proposal. I look forward to your feedback and the opportunity to explore this transformative approach together.

Best regards,

[Your Name]
[Your Position]
[Your Contact Information]

No two organisations are alike however we hope the above letter serves as a blueprint for initiating this crucial conversation with your superiors. Our aim is to help you in emphasising the direct benefits of Experiential Learning Tools, such as enhanced problem-solving skills, improved teamwork, and increased engagement, you can make a compelling case for why these tools are worth the investment.

Remember, the goal is not just to introduce a new training method, but to foster an environment of continuous learning and adaptation that will benefit your team in the long run. With a well-thought-out proposal hopefully you can pave the way for meaningful change that aligns with your organisation's goals and values, ultimately contributing to its success in an ever-changing business landscape.

If we can assist further please don't hesitate to get in touch with our sales team at or Book a free 1:1 demo.

Michael Hayes @@_mdhayes

Head of Product at Experiential Learning Tools

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