Action Learning now plays a key role in improving the quality of work in many successful organisations.
What is Action Learning?
Developed in the 1940’s and 1950’s by Reg Revans, peer groups meet regularly to discuss ongoing challenges, gain support for current issues, and learn new approaches.
How does Life at Work’s Action Learning programme work?
- With a series of six peer group sessions, over six months, our trainers facilitate the groups, providing coaching and tuition — aiming to make the trainers’ role redundant, and the group self-sufficient
- Peers engage with live issues at work, in a confidential environment, building confidence and skills, and focusing on individual’s learning
- With maximum six-eight participants, trust and intimacy quickly develops. This nourishes and supports you and your learning
- A rare opportunity to work with your own ‘learning edge’ — and to receive support and feedback from the expert trainer, and from your peers