The Troop is an online platform designed and facilitated by Professor Steve Peters, author of the best selling book, The Chimp Paradox.
Joining The Troop, for £10 per month, gives you access to video content from Steve and the Chimp Management mentors. Chimp Management is a charity supporting company, click here to find out more.
What is The Troop?
Making The Chimp Model Accessible
Over the years we’ve had lots of requests for help, either for one-to-one sessions, workshops or conferences that Steve or our mentors can’t always be available for. To reach more people, we’ve set up The Troop, which has two purposes:
- To present to you, the information and expertise we have on the Chimp Model.
- To develop a community, so like-minded people can form friendships and learn from each other.
An Affordable Subscription
The Troop is a subscription service, it’s £10 a month (or 33p a day!) and you can cancel at any time. Chimp Management is a charity supporting company, click here to find out more.
How Does The Troop Work?
The content delivery has been designed in a way that will allow you to process and learn new skills week-on-week. It is broken down into 4 elements:
The Foundation Videos are the starting point for all new members. These videos will help you to understand the chimp model and are the basis of learning to successfully manage you chimp.
Every two weeks, Steve presents a magazine style programme. In this, he puts forward some key points for you to reflect on. Within the programme, there are also segments from the Chimp Management mentor team and input from others who have benefited from the chimp model.
Once you’ve had a chance to reflect on the latest episode, you can then go to the discussion board. This is your opportunity to share your ideas and reflections on the key points from the episode. Our mentors follow these discussions and will join in, to help guide the conversation.
One or more of the mentors who have been following the discussion board will produce a podcast or webinar. This will discuss the main points raised in the discussion and bring everything from the bi-weekly episode and the discussion board together.