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Virtual Action Learning; the “Classic” Method

I’m writing this blog during the Covid pandemic, 8 months after the UK’s first lockdown. Many of us are now spending more and … More

action learning and transferable skills

Action learning and transferable skills

October 2020 newsletter Resources and courses to help you build skills to grow and thrive while working remotely. Read on. More

action learning and transferable skills

Action learning and transferable skills

Many of us with action learning experience know that the key skills of action learning……careful listening, open questions, reflections rather than advice… transfer … More

Action learning – a simple evaluation tool

I recently had the pleasure of delivering an Action Learning Facilitator training programme to people nominated by the Rank Foundation. ALA has worked … More

Action leanring turning change into a positive

Turning change into a positive

September 2020 newsletter As the season changes, we reflect on the need to embrace change as best we can and to help others … More

How to weather a storm

Resilience has become a buzz word in organisations today, linked with wellbeing, positive risk, agility, adaptivity and sustainability. At an individual/personal level, the … More

5 tips for virtual team building

The Government has set out plans to allow employers to use their discretion in requesting employees return to work from 1st August. In … More

How to succeed at virtual facilitation – your questions answered

Register now Following on from our webinar on How to Succeed at Virtual Facilitation, we will be running a live, interactive session during … More

Coaching in Crisis

In times of perceived crisis, the lines between coaching and therapy can sometimes feel more blurred than usual. This is because the kind … More

Delberth Hemley – My life with action learning

“To be honest, action learning was a magnificent revelation, I have used it in many settings and I’m sure people I’ve worked with … More