2 responses to “Many Faces of Action Learning: A Key to Learning from Experience”

  1. I agree with the excellent points raised here. Tailoring the process is critical–and tailoring continues as the group engages, learns and hones its collective and individual skills. At the same time, a few core principles and practices keep us on firm footing. Managing the dynamic tension between the action learning process requirements [inquiry, reflection, etc.] and the evolving needs of the group is what makes this such a powerful experience for all involved, including the coach.

  2. Carole

    Thank you. It is indeed important to adapt the approach as you go. My greatest hope is that we create the conditions that empower people to use the process regularly in their organizations. I would be curious to know what practices help people gain the confidence to continue using action learning long after we have departed.

    Chuck