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Action Learning | Wial India

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RT @WIALindia: Our first video on What is Action Learning http://t.co/yXvfj1OxaA

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An impression of Business School Netherlands' International Action Learning MBA - YouTube

An impression of Business School Netherlands' International Action Learning MBA - YouTube | action learning | Scoop.it
An impression by students and tutor on the International Action Learning MBA of Business School Netherlands. This MBA is a blended learning programme, combin...
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conversation matters: The Power of Action Learning: A Process for Building a Collaborative Culture

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Action Learning builds a networked organization.

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KMPC's action learning focuses on learning-by-doing, reflection-in-action, and reflection-on-action. (Action Learning | KMPC Managem...

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conversation matters: The Power of Action Learning: A Process for Building a Collaborative Culture | Didaktiken, Kursdesign, Theoriehintergründe für E-learning, E-Moderation, E-Coaching

conversation matters: The Power of Action Learning: A Process for Building a Collaborative Culture | Didaktiken, Kursdesign, Theoriehintergründe für E-learning, E-Moderation, E-Coaching | action learning | Scoop.it
Action Learning builds a networked organization.

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Action, Learning and Gender in Mozambique: A Pause

Action, Learning and Gender in Mozambique: A Pause | action learning | Scoop.it
By Solange Rocha and Michel Friedman; facilitated by Oxfam Canada. Translation: Rex Fyles  “I met myself again and valued myself more, not only at work but in my whole life, day to day” (participan...
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An introduction to Action Learning Cycle - Manas Bhardwaj's Stream

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An introduction to Action Learning Cycle (An introduction to Action Learning Cycle http://t.co/y1tf9AnA8I)
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Action Learning: The Win-Win Approach to Talent Development ...

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To accelerate the growth of high-potential talent and materially impact business performance at the same time, consider adding action learning to your leadership development toolkit.
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Action Learning | Wial India

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RT @WIALindia: Our first video on What is Action Learning http://t.co/yXvfj1OxaA

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The Three Ingredients to Asking Open Questions: Ingredient #1- the intention to learn and understand

The Three Ingredients to Asking Open Questions: Ingredient #1- the intention to learn and understand | action learning | Scoop.it
Over this three part blog, I will share my recipe for asking open questions. The first part is the easiest. It is the wording of the question.

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Ingredient One:  Show up with the intent to understand.

Before each meeting, take a few minutes to calm yourself and resolve to learn from and understand your employee. Elminate all goals of a specific outcome and be open to whatever happens.  Stephen Covey says masterfully, in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People:

If you want to interact effectively with me, to influence me—your spouse, your child, your neighbor, your boss, your coworker, your friend—you first need to understand me. And you can’t do that with technique alone. If I sense you’re using some technique, I sense duplicity, manipulation. I wonder why you’re doing it, what your motives are. And I don’t feel safe enough to open myself up to you. The real key to your influence with me is your example, your actual conduct. Your example flows naturally out of your character, or the kind of person you truly are—not what others say you are or what you may want me to think you are. It is evident in how I actually experience you.  Your character is constantly radiating, communicating. From it, in the long run, I come to instinctively trust or distrust you and your efforts with me.  

If your life runs hot and cold, if you’re both caustic and kind, and, above all, if your private performance doesn’t square with your public performance, it’s very hard for me to open up with you. Then, as much as I may want and even need to receive your love and influence, I don’t feel safe enough to expose my opinions and experiences and my tender feelings. Who knows what will happen? But unless I open up with you, unless you understand me and my unique situation and feelings, you won’t know how to advise or counsel me. What you say is good and fine, but it doesn’t quite pertain to me. You may say you care about and appreciate me. I desperately want to believe that. But how can you appreciate me when you don’t even understand me? All I have are your words, and I can’t trust words. I’m too angry and defensive—perhaps too guilty and afraid—to be influenced, even though inside I know I need what you could tell me. Unless you’re influenced by my uniqueness, I’m not going to be influenced by your advice. So if you want to be really effective in the habit of interpersonal communication, you cannot do it with technique alone. You have to build the skills of empathic listening on a base of character that inspires openness and trust. And you have to build the Emotional Bank Accounts that create a commerce between hearts.   

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Action Learning - Introduction by Reg Revans

Professor Reg Revans explains the philosophy, origins and applications of Action Learning in archive footage from 1984. Over the years, the theory and practi...
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What is Action Learning? Components, Types, Process, Issues, and Research Agendas | Cho | Learning and Performance Quarterly

What is Action Learning? Components, Types, Process, Issues, and Research Agendas (What is Action Learning?

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Michael Marquardt on “How Action Learning Develops Questioning ...

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A problem: Action learning focuses on a specific problem — as project, a challenge, issue, or task — the resolution which is of high importance to an individual, team, and/or organization. COMMENT: Be sure to focus on the ...
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Action learning professional development

An action learning set meeting showing the process step by step with expert explanation from ALA Director, Ruth Cook.
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Virtual action learning knows no boundaries

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Time and distance is no barrier when it comes to virtual action learning. Action learning set members working on different sides of the world and in different time zones can meet virtually and work together to tackle world ...
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