Problem Management in an Action Learning Set [TG4/PROB]
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Action Learning is an approach for working on real life, practice related problems. As part of a small group (set) of peers, you will be able to address the current challenges you face, be encouraged to find your own solutions to problems through insightful questioning, within a supportive group.
By meeting with peers regularly over a fixed period of time, you will benefit from working on real problems in a confidential and empowering environment, have time to explore and reflect on current challenges, evolve fresh ideas, find your own solutions, develop critical thinking, listening and questioning skills and develop a network of peers to call upon for support.
As an active participant in our Action Learning Set you will work collectively to question and reflect, taking responsibility for making progress/applying insight to identified problems within your workplace.
A typical meeting will last 2 -3 hours and each participant will be committing to attend all meetings. A facilitator will join the group throughout the sessions. This is aimed at individuals with management responsibilities who have not participated in an Action Learning Set previously.
This is the first of four sessions, which will include an introduction to an action learning set, participant introductions, icebreaker activities and the first meeting. There will be three subsequent meetings approx. 6 weeks apart, the dates and venues to be agreed by the participants.
Diane Hilton, Customer Services Manager, Anglia Ruskin University
£90 for Members
£135 for Other Institutions
The price covers attendance at all four meetings.
To book a place please use our online booking form. Please remember to include your PO number as bookings cannot be confirmed without this.
Cancellations less than one week before the event will be charged a 50% cancellation fee. In the event of a ‘no-show’ on the day, the full fee will be charged.