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IFAL in Conversation with Isabel Rimanoczy

  • 17 Jan 2024
  • 14:00 - 15:30 (UTC)
  • Online in Zoom


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IFAL in Conversation

Isabel Rimanoczy, Ed.D.

Isabel Rimanoczy, Ed.D., has made it her life purpose to promote change accelerators. Aware of the complex challenges we are facing, she works alongside those who can make an impact on a greater scale.

Isabel coded the Action Reflection Learning methodology identifying 10 principles, to facilitate the transfer of knowledge of that approach to action learning.

In 2005, she started a doctoral research at Columbia University, to study business leaders who championed corporate initiatives with a positive impact on the environment and the community. As a result of it she developed the Sustainability Mindset, a framework to accelerate the adoption of sustainable behaviors. She is the convener of the PRME Working Group on the Sustainability Mindset, a global network of academics promoting an evolutionary shift in consciousness.

Isabel has authored 27 books, and co-developed the Sustainability Mindset Indicator, which was awarded three prizes in 2019 and 2021, at Reimagine Education.

Isabel can be reached at or via

IFAL in Conversation is a new style of live online event that connects current action learning thinking, writing or practice, from around the world in an engaged informal format.

The event lasts 90 minutes and take place on the Zoom platfrom. This includes time for the Conversation, Q&A with the audience, followed by small breakout rooms for reflection and further discussion. 

The event will be recorded and made available to IFAL members in the Members Area of the IFAL website.

Join us online in Zoom for this interesting conversation.

Register now to receive your confirmation email, including a Zoom link to this event. A reminder with the same link will be sent to registrants 24 hours prior to the event.

As Founder of, Bernhard Houser has been operating for 30 years as consultant, facilitator and coach in organisations.

In order to initiate sustainable development and change processes in an agile way, he successfully implemented Critical Action Learning in numerous organizations. His long-term experience as in-house consultant at Siemens –before he started his own business as consultant and facilitator –adds tremendously to his competency to understand his customers' complex organizational and micro-political worlds. Involved in an international network of experts, the professor for change management is committed to the constant further development of Critical Action Learning and reflection-oriented leadership and has published numerous articles and books.

Critical action learning – facilitation when complex emotions and power dynamics shape learning in organizations

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