The program is open to all the employees within a company.
It is delivered online over a 6 month period via 12 interactive
sessions lasting 1.5 hours each.
The “K” is for Kaizen, Japanese for continuous improvement.
The “2” represents the 2% of people estimated to operate at their fullest potential.
The K2 Academy puts participants on the path to break-free from the 98%, play the game they're capable of, and join the 2% club.
This leads to a more engaged workforce and a higher performing team, enabling the company to break further ahead of the competition and deliver even better results and scale-up.
The program is based on cutting-edge research
and world-class work experiences weaving together knowledge based on:
- Helping over 100 companies scale to date
- Advising Fortune 50 CEOs at McKinsey & Company
- Research from the High Performance Institute, which has conducted the world's largest ever study of high performers - over 175,000 data points - revealing the habits shared by the world’s most successful people
- A coaching certification and apprenticeship with Professor BJ Fogg, who leads Stanford University’s Behavior Design Lab
- A myriad of evidence-based studies in psychology, neuroscience, habit change, leadership, and peak performance
Lesson modules are structured based on the science
of successful learning to facilitate rapid progress and
long-term gain. Each module consists of:
- Interactive teaching content
- Interactive Zoom breakout sessions
- Live Coaching
- Open Q&A
- Session Challenge
Sessions end with a challenge to help participants practice what they’ve learned and there is an option to gamify the program with quizzes between sessions.
K2, at 8,611 metres (28,251 ft) above sea level, is also the second-highest mountain on Earth, after Mount Everest at 8,849 metres (29,032 ft).
Although it may be the second highest, K2 is considered the most difficult mountain to climb.
Unlocking the full potential of your people is a challenging mountain to climb, but with the right guide your people can reach the summit.