Team Learning Guide

"Holding a curious mindset is a great starting point when you're leading your team or organisation. If you're in a truly new space, you won't always know the answers. Your team won't either. You're going to venture into the unknown together. Curiosity is a great way to lead that charge."


Accountability centers around individual responsibility and the role it plays in someone’s commitment to the team. As noted, the success of the community cohort is based on individual and team performance, which means it’s as equally important for team members to hold one another accountable as it is themselves. To encourage accountability, Business Advisory Clinic’s leadership development platform provides feedback to participants on how they are progressing in the program compared to the rest of the group. The platform also checks in with participants who are lagging behind so that the group continues together throughout the program.

Create Dialogue and Build Community

Online communities are an ideal place to foster relationships. Introverted participants have time and space to create and contribute to conversations in a safe environment while extroverts have an opportunity to discuss ideas during live, online events. The community aspect of cohort-based learning is what drives group success and is contingent upon each team member’s participation and involvement in the group. This creates a team dynamic and comradery to reach a common goal.