If you are an experienced coach, an organizational development consultant, learning and development professional (or all three), then please join us.
Airtime is growing quickly. We have an increasing need to bring in new coders, coaches, and consultants to support our work. In joining our community you can also take Airtime to your own clients.
We want Airtime to be core to all development activity that seeks to improve people-with-people performance. Our structured training and development program will qualify you to use the methodology, to coach, and to support groups using Airtime data and to embed Airtime into your wider consulting frameworks and activities.
“The more I use airtime the more I see the quality of my observation of group behavior improves, especially, in noticing micro-behaviors. This means I am much more versatile with groups and marketable as a practitioner.” – Andre Kotze, Founder
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