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Action learning and vulnerability

Action learning and vulnerability

I have been facilitating action learning sets for over ten years and remain as passionate about action learning as the day I first … More

Life changing aspects of action learning with Burnley Youth Theatre

Life changing aspects of action learning

Wow. I’m on the train back from three days of intensity in London where I have been training to become an action learning facilitator. It has been eye-opening and amazing! Quite frankly, it is life changing! More

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

Tackling gender equality using action learning – from guest blogger Frances McAndrew

When I realised that through action learning, small incremental actions would take place that when added together could show real change almost without people realising, I was sold! What better way could there be to overcome the fear of change and failure than through actually achieving successful change? Frances McAndrew reflects on the benefits of using action learning to tackle gender equality issues. More

What makes a good long term relationship?

ALA is embarking on a number of new projects which have originated from long term relationships or referrals from our customers. Senior Associate, Sonja Antell contemplates the nature of long term business relationships and how some of the elements of these relationships actually mirror those of action learning. More

Ruth’s first blog

Finally overcame my nerves and self consciousness about starting an ALA blog but a  Premier Inn near the Cowley Road in Oxford hardly … More