Category Archives: Uses of action learning

Live Webinar: Why a culture of continuous learning matters. 

Tuesday 21st May 2.30pm – 3.15pm BST This event has taken place, click here to view a recording. A workforce that is continually … More

Continuous learning

Invest in your people or they will depreciate in value

  “If we are not keeping our L&D content up to date we are depreciating ourselves and our companies”. Mathew J. Painter makes … More

Notes from an action learning purist

I trained as an action learning facilitator in 2010. Since then, in my role as a Professional Practice Facilitator in the health service … More

Sharing questions and not cleverness: reflections of a newly accredited facilitator

A guest blog by Julie Luscombe, Head of Education and Training at Jersey Hospice Care. Along with a group of inspirational colleagues and … More

Action Learning and the development of Social Work practice

Social workers need to develop a complex set of skills in order to fulfil their roles to the best of their ability, and … More

Action learning for boards

Action Learning for Boards

Seventeen years ago, I became CEO of ITC (Independent Theatre Council) – a brilliant job which I still love doing to this day! … More

Mindfulness – surprisingly effective for behavioural change

Attending a retreat run by Fritx Koster, I was struck by the power of the meditation programme and material he had developed. Mindfully … More

Encouraging evidence-informed practice through Action Learning

Janet Grauberg attended an action learning facilitator training programme in January 2018. At the time, she had just completed a Masters degree at … More

Action Learning Associates and Atlantic Fellows

Atlantic Fellows come together in Oxford, for a truly inspiring global community event

I was lucky enough to be one of our team of action learning facilitators who supported the Atlantic Institute weekend event on 24th … More

Action learning and emerging leaders

Action Learning for developing emerging leaders

Leadership is hard Leadership is hard, I tell my students. However, good leadership is really hard, and good impactful leadership is really, really … More