Articles by Andrew Odgers
I run a development programme for aspiring leaders, with modules such as leadership challenges, collaborative working, performance coaching and strategic thinking. Each module … More
I recently facilitated an action learning set for managers of United Nations agencies based in Geneva – these agencies included the World Trade … More
One of the surprise benefits of action learning is building deep and lasting working relationships – networking.
Many people are aware of the publicised benefits of action learning such as problem-solving, developing the ability to listen, enquiring and questioning effectively to find creative solutions. However an additional outcome is the connectedness participants develop with other set members as they work together. They come to value their support and appreciate that other set members really empathise with them and understand their position.