Posts Tagged ‘action learning facilitator training’

Action learning - reaching new horizons

Exploring new horizons with action learning

We ran an action learning facilitator training programme last December (2016) for a group of 6 people. Some of the participants went on … More

Action learning facilitator training

Reflections on an action learning facilitator training set

As a relative newcomer to action learning, and the prospect of becoming a facilitator, I entered into the 3 day training session with … More

Action Learning Associates partner with the New Economy Organisers Network (NEON)

Action Learning Associates partner with the New Economy Organisers Network

Last weekend we launched the first practical element of our partnership with NEON – the New Economy Organisers Network – set up by … More

A new challenge for action learning - presenting a group help issue

A new challenge for action learning – presenting a group held issue

Within days of the UK voting on the Brexit referendum, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to do some work with the Danish … More

Action Learning works… and goes on working

When Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service (LFRS) decided to include action learning in their training plans, they commissioned Action Learning Associates to train … More

Virtual action learning - a must have skill in a global marketplace, international action learning

Virtual action learning – a must have skill in a global marketplace

Firmly established as an effective distance learning technique which offers tangible results virtual action learning (VAL) opens up global and UK markets for … More

British Red Cross - reflections on a virtual action learning training programme

British Red Cross – reflections on a virtual action learning training programme

If organisations are to adapt and thrive in changing conditions, they need to provide high quality, relevant development opportunities whilst keeping careful control … More

Trusting the action learning process

Trusting the action learning process

There are times when even the most carefully crafted programme doesn’t go entirely to plan. Such was the case during a three day … More

Reflections on action learning through haiku

Reflections on action learning through haiku from guest blogger Katherine Waumsley

In order to reflect and present what I have learned through action learning facilitator training, I have decided to use the form of haiku. Haiku is a well known Japanese poetry form, which generally uses only seventeen syllables, often in a 5 – 7- 5 arrangement. I suspect this is a vast oversimplification of the form, but what I like about haiku is the way they can perfectly crystallise a moment in time… More

The transformative power of action learning

The transformative power of action learning

For the past four years Action Learning Associates has worked with the Clore Social leadership Programme (Clore Social) to offer action learning as … More