What this toolkit is about

Explore how action learning differs from other formal learning methods. Being part of Action Learning Groups (ALGs) allows you to explore problems and support others in the group to reflect on their own experiences to create their own solutions.

 

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Action learning

Provide the solutions for action yourself. Being part of an Action Learning Group (ALG) allows you to explore problems and support others in the group to reflect on their own experiences to create their own solutions.

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Action learning handout

This is a component of the Action learning toolkit: Your roles as the presenter and participant.

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More powerful action learning questions

This is a component of the Action learning toolkit: Great questions to ask in an Action Learning Group (ALG). Krystyna Weinstein says that helpful questions are those that assist a presenter to "open the doors in the mind...to think more deeply, to test their beliefs and assumptions, to really explain what they mean, to explore why they do things - and what stops them." She says they "uncover what we don't know" (Weinstein, 1995).

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Action learning flyer

This is an overview of the Action learning toolkit ? what the toolkit is about and what you will learn from it.


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Prioritising your challenges

This case study is a component of LDC's toolkits: Action learning and Emotional and social intelligence. It provides LDC alumni leadership experiences. You can use the case study to help think about your own leadership practice.

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Staying true to values

This case study is a component of LDC's toolkits: Action learning and Emotional and social intelligence. It provides LDC alumni leadership experiences. You can use the case study to help think about your own leadership practice.