Chess masters use the game as a mentoring tool that helps their students develop both cognitively and emotionally, taking away useful strategies that can be applied in various problems and domains.
In 1994 a team of game experts decided to extend the chess-mentoring experience to a variety of strategy games, creating a powerful learning tool that is universally accessible. The innovative methodology born out of this venture was soon being taught in 12 languages and over 25 countries around the world. More than 4,000,000 learners and 10,000 teachers have embraced the Accelium Method to date.
The innovative game-based training and assessment tools inspired by the method combine personal coaching, team workshops, and mobile learning to develop strategic thinking and resilience. They create an engaging experience that inspires learners to continually practice effective strategies, to reflect, and improve their skills and performance.