Action learning – your questions answered
17th October 2018
Ruth Cook hosted this webinar in which she expanded on the different applications of action learning, giving examples of where and how the process is used, and the benefits to individuals and organisations. She then went on to answer questions from our participants, many of which were detailed and demonstrated a deep level of interest in action learning and the practical aspects of using it in the workplace.
You can watch this webinar on our YouTube Channel and if you have any questions you’d like to ask Ruth, please contact her directly at Ruth.Cook@actionlearningassociates.co.uk.
Action Learning – Question Time
11th July 2018
If you’ve ever wondered what action learning is, how it can help, and more importantly, if it is right for your organisation, here’s something that might be of interest.
We hosted a live webinar on 11th July during which our Director, Sonja Antell answered questions from participants.
The questions were many and varied, covering a broad range of topics around the practical applications of running action learning sets through to exploring different models of action learning, and how to manage when there are more reluctant participants in a set.
You can listen to a recording of this webinar now available here, and if you have more questions and would like a no obligation chat with Sonja, please contact us at info@actionlearningassociates and we will be happy to arrange a telephone appointment.
Mandy Hetherton presents this webinar on the use of action learning particularly for those in leadership positions. With case study references and a live taster action learning session, it is packed with useful information and gives a great insight into the applications and effectiveness of action learning in the workplace.
To find out more about action learning, watch any of our series of webinars designed to reveal more about the action learning process and the applications and benefits of action learning. They give a real insight, from exploring the theory to experiencing a an action learning set at work.
Work isn’t all about money – a key motivational factor is feeling valued as an employee.
In these uncertain and changing times, the workplace environment is becoming ever more demanding. The organisations that will thrive are the ones that can support, engage and retain their staff. Without it, they risk plummeting productivity and losing top talent.
In this interactive webinar, our guest presenter Dr Jeremy Cross details:
- why there is an urgent need to focus on employee resilience and well-being
- practical strategies you can put in place to boost resilience and well-being in your organisation
- case study examples (from the finance sector, professional services, NHS, and local government) showing how Action Learning is a highly effective intervention
Dr Jeremy Cross is an independent leadership consultant with over 15 years experience delivering accredited training for leading commercial and public sector organisations such as Nike, LEGO and the NHS. This is an informative webinar, packed with useful insights and strategies for immediate implementation.
You may be aware that we often conduct action learning sets virtually, bringing set members together from different locations. The demand for this service is on the increase, as budgets are squeezed and the cost of travel prohibits face to face meetings. During this webinar, John Heywood shares some of his research into virtual action learning, as well as some key message for successful virtual action learning.
If you’ve ever wondered what it might be like to experience an action learning set, this webinar reveals all. We present a real life issue and open the chat function to take questions from our webinar participants. We explain how large organisations like the Body Shop, Heineken, Charitable Foundations and the Arts have used action learning to achieve diverse objectives and how you can apply action learning to great effect in your own organisation.
We’re often asked what distinguishes action learning from other forms of professional development training, and what makes it so effective. Our first webinar lifts the lid on those secrets of success and how action learning can be a catalyst for enhanced organisational performance. We also explain the theory behind the practice, include examples of how this works in organisations, and a short taster session in which the webinar participants were able to experience action learning real time.