The Design Studio is where we flex our creative, experiential muscles by understanding your learning objectives and branding needs, and then creating a unique change solution from the ground up. In this studio, all things are possible…Let us create something unique for you!


Millennial learners (and most others) want their learning to be delivered in bite-size chunks otherwise known as microlearning. In fact, in a recent survey it was found that 94% of the learners preferred and got more value from the bite-size learning than any other length of learning.

Learn to Lead has designed a number of microlearning curriculums, our most one was designed for an awesome company employing mainly millennials called The Unlimited (you may have heard The Unlimited Child Campaign). The curriculum aimed at developing the Emotional Intelligence of their call centre staff who ultimately are the front line of the company.

Our curriculum was a blended combination of face to face teaching (10-15 min sessions) and self-learning (10-15 min sessions). And of course, it followed the 5 commandments of bite-size learning…

Commandment 1- Stick to one idea: This was a journey through the solar system and at each STOP i.e. each planet, another idea was covered.

Commandment 2 – Engage: This curriculum was engagement on steroids. Peppered with activities, videos, games, music and of course Personal Challenges; this curriculum was super exciting!

Commandment 3 – Honour context and customize: All the examples, the scenarios, the case studies were all based on real Unlimited content that all the learners could 100% relate to.

Commandment 4: Space out the learning. The curriculum was designed to take place over 11 weeks, where we stopped at one planet a week, except we needed to spend 2 weeks at Jupiter.

Commandment 5: Create a user-friendly design. TED was the ‘STARman dude’ who guided us through the solar system and TED made sure we knew exactly what to do!


CultureWise is a Proudly South African card game launched by the Learn to Lead in 2015. The objective of the game is to shed light on and spark discussion around many of the interesting cultural differences that exist between South Africans. We are so diverse and yet all connected; understanding one another’s way of living and different ways of

seeing the world is not only fascinating, but also imperative for true connectivity. The goal of this game is to acknowledge our cultural richness, spark respectful conversations and evoke wide smiles in the process.

The game consists of 2 packs of cards each consisting of 67 (Rest in Peace Madiba!) cards each. The first game is a set of question and answer cards and the second a set of cultural jargon cards. Each game can be played anywhere for any length of time.

How is the game available?

1) Learn to Lead can facilitate the game for you – we’ll bring props, SA music and cards and provide you with an incredible diversity experience!

2) You can buy the cards from us at R215 per pack or alternatively R 400 for both