Facilitating group learning


Learning happens best outside the training room or academia.  For time-tight people, learning needs to be blended and involve a range of approaches that are relevant to 'right now' and leave a lasting impact.

Ask us about:

  • Action Learning Groups (ALGs), often used in leadership development programmes or project work.  ALGs can also be used for new teams and at times when group learning is required.
  • Learning journeys.  When a challenge requires fresh eyes and open minds, learning journeys are a great way to gather new information and bring other voices into the room.
  • The use of Learning Journals and reflection, for example in coaching, leadership programmes and personal development.
  • Before, and after, action reviews.  When group planning and review processes are curtailed or omitted the learning is lost.