Posts Tagged ‘action learning set’

Action Learning Associates working with the African Prisons Project (APP)

The African Prisons Project is a charity whose aim is to support prisoners and staff to use their resources to help others. Those … More

New world challenges facing organisational development

I took time out to attend the CIPD Organisation Development conference sponsored by McKinsey & Company in central London earlier this month. While … More

Harvesting the retail wisdom – establishing best practice via action learning

Action Learning Associates is currently working on an exciting application of action learning with L’Oréal.  While we always talk about action learning being … More

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

Live action learning webinar

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to take part in an action learning set? Action learning is a powerful catalyst … More

Action learning in the university by guest blogger Trevor H.J. Marchand, Emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology, SOAS

Professor Marchand’s blog discusses the results of using action learning with postgraduate research students at a London university. A full-length ‘ethnographic’ account of … More

Action learning and space or ‘rummelighed’

I am a mentor on the Charityworks Graduate Management Programme which provides learning and experiences relevant to first level management roles within the … 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

How action learning enhances the mentoring skills of leaders

Senior Associate, Mandy Hetherton, recently completed an action learning programme for a group of managers at The Body Shop who had been trained … More

How Heineken achieved coherent leadership in a global organisation

Cultural differences, language barriers, operational disparities and educational variances all come together to present leaders of large and international organisations with a real … More