Action learning chosen by major European cultural project

ADESTE_Action_LearningAction learning has been chosen as one of four main strands of a major Pan-European programme for audience development training in the arts and cultural sector.  ALA Managing Director, Ruth Cook, is currently featured in an interview on the ADESTE website.  The interview looks at the power of action learning, what makes it different from other problem solving methods and how it adapts in different cultural contexts.  Earlier this year in Turin, Ruth Cook delivered an introduction and taster of action learning for the 4th ADESTE project meeting. Ruth and Surya Turner have now trained twelve people within ADESTE as action learning facilitators. The ADESTE project, which reaches across Europe and beyond, targets cultural organisations, arts and cultural professionals, students and trainees, training organisations and key stakeholders within the European cultural sector. Visit the ADESTE website to read Ruth’s full interview.

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