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How it works

Mobile Practice transforms learning into performance in the field by making it easy for team members to practice their knowledge and skills at a moment that suits them, and for managers to engage, observe and coach their teams within a simple structured process.

Imagine making it easy for coaches and startups to practice and coach together even when they cannot get together physically or virtually?

What’s more, the manager can recognise great performance by team members by sharing as Best Practice creating a collective intelligence and driving performance.

Create & share scenarios

Create Practice Scenario
  1. Create a video title and scenario description.
  2. Record an explanatory video.
  3. Add guidance steps for your team members to prepare their recording.
  4. Select practice scenario end date
  5. Enter the evaluation criteria you want to observe.
  6. Select team members with whom you wish to share the practice scenario.

Practice, record & submit

Practice Scenario
  1. Read and review the received practice scenario.
  2. Review Coach explanatory video.
  3. Practice, record and review your video response.
  4. Submit your recording for coaching for feedback.

Review feedback & share

Evaluate Performance
  1. Coach is notified of the team members’ response.
  2. Review recording.
  3. Prepare observational feedback based on evaluation criteria.
  4. Provide feedback and evaluate performance.
  5. The participant receives appreciation and provides self-evaluation.

The role of Manager Coach

Without pretending to replace face to face coaching Mobile Practice enables a manager coach to create structured practice scenarios based on real business situations that they can share with their team to practice and record a short video response to a single positioning statement, question or objection.

Team members can practice and record their video reply anytime anywhere, they can review their own performance before sending their recording to the manager coach for review and feedback.

This leverages a key adult learning theory. The act of repetition and integration and self-evaluation embeds learning and changes attitude.


The manager on their side can review the response as many times as they feel necessary before providing considered feedback with the support of structured evaluation criteria.

When a team member performs a great performance the manager coach can recognise their contribution and share this great performance with the team members.


Empower managers to engage and coach team members based on observable behaviour and enable true social learning among peers for greater team performance.

1. Ensure knowledge retention through practice.
2. Improve communications skills with real-life scenarios.
3. Empower managers to coach remote teams.