Individual remote training: micro sessions, practical assignments, direct feedback


Group remote training: micro sessions, practical assignments, direct feedback


Good old fashion training, we get together and spend a day on a topic


2 hour versions of our sessions, a small way of giving back to the community


Sometimes, the old fashion way of getting together for a day or two in one place and spending it fully on the training is the best. It can detach you from the day to day work, and, occasionally, that’s what you want. It also has a great team building component to it, as colleagues get to spend quality time together and learn about each other. This is typically a corporate service for teams of colleagues.

We can do this at our office in Iași, Instrospace, at your place or go somewhere remote, for the most complete kind of isolation.

Here’s the list of classroom training we do. Details inside each.


Arrows are individual, Circles are groups of 7. Other than that, it’s the same structure, content and experience.

Remote learning in weekly sprints, with micro-sessions, assignments & personalized feedback.

7 weeks, 7 big ideas, 7 boundary pushing assignments and countless useful techniques. Same great Introspecials content in a modern package.

There are times when you should do classroom training, but it has its limitations. With circles, the great thing is that we do one thing at a time, so it’s clear and you remember it, and you get to apply it all in your actual work and we then discuss how it went before we move to the next thing. And it’s all remote and you don’t have to take a day off. You remember better, you develop faster and it’s flexible. Moreover, we’ve taken steps to ensure the circle members are engaged throughout the program and determined to succeed: it will be hard, it will be personal, it will be intense. Introspecials Circles/Arrows is my default recommendation to any client looking for great leadership training that embeds itself into the actual content and rhythm of the business.

Andrei Postolache, Managing Partner


How does it work?

Consistency, focus and simplicity

Every week long sprint has a consistent, repeatable structure, with the same things happening at the same time every time. You get used to it, you know what you have to do, and can focus on your assignments, which take the theory and bring into your work environment. The assignment may be hard, but you always know where you’re standing.

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Arrows are identical to circles in duration, rhythm, structure, content, without, ofc, the group chat.
We also organize in house circles for companies, which we can customize.
Contact us to discuss.

Following is the list of topics we currently do as arrows or circles. Click for details and registration.


This is a small way of giving back to the community that allows us to exist, by organizing, usually monthly, free 2 hour sessions that are typically sections or shortened versions from our full day classroom training sessions or circles. See a list of upcoming workshops below, participation is free but registration is required, as seats are limited.

No free workshops planned at the moment. We estimate the next ones to be in July, we put here as soon we have the dates.