Emotions are at the root of motivation

emotion motivation

Learner motivation is the key factor in the success of a training course.

A learner is motivated if during the training, the professional benefit he perceives is greater than the effort required. We have chosen to work on these two levers.

This is why our experiential training courses offer, on the one hand, content that is relevant to the learners’ professional practice in order to increase the perception of benefit.

And on the other hand, an entertaining and engaging implementation to reduce the feeling of effort.


What our various training products have in common is that they offer an immersive environment where each participant is an actor in the experience, in all its dimensions: intellectual, emotional, physical and social.


Being an actor of one’s learning supports the acquisition and retention of knowledge, soft skills, procedures or gestures.

The experience is then completed by a debriefing phase where the trainer accompanies the learner in a critical reflection on his or her practice and on the future implementation of the newly acquired skill.

This phase of consolidation of learning is necessary for a truly impactful training.

Emotions are a key factor in motivation and retention. That’s why we exploit the entertainment properties of aesthetics, storytelling and interactivity to elicit a wide range of emotions.


Fostering and supporting the lifelong desire to learn is one of the added values of our trainings.

In addition, acquiring our effective and original experiential trainings allows you to innovate in your trainings and to engage your employees on a long-term basis.


Together with hospital professionals, we design and develop effective, high-impact training products: transfusion safety, hospital fire safety, simulation of patient triage in the emergency department.


On the strength of our experience as trainers and our collaboration with HR managers of large companies and start-ups, we offer training courses that meet the challenges facing companies in the 21st century: communication, cooperation, stress and uncertainty management, etc.