Archive for June 2014

The keys to successful self-facilitation in action learning

The keys to successful self-facilitation in action learning

One of the major benefits of action learning is that an action learning set is able to continue without a facilitator once members have mastered the action learning process. Many sets we work with – whether in-house or as part of a peer network programme – continue in this way. Self facilitation allows them to build longer term peer development networks of real benefit to themselves and at low cost. More

Action learning facilitation challenges using mindfulness to help

Meeting facilitation challenges using mindfulness

How best can we meet the challenges we face as facilitators? ALA believes using mindfulness techniques can help improve facilitation skills and provide a useful resource to help tackle challenging situations. That’s why we have developed a one day CPD workshop which offers facilitators an experiential introduction to incorporating mindfulness techniques into their practice. More