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CAFE IFAL: A Practitioner's Workshop

The Café IFAL virtual discussion forum is a place where Action Learning practitioners can share their experiences of using Action Learning in real situations. Everyone who comes along is encouraged to contribute to the debate in an informal ‘café’ atmosphere. The purpose of the forum is to join together to create, develop, and support communities of Action Learning practitioners around the world, and to learn and share with each other.

The format of this virtual event includes a brief presentation of a particular piece of Action Learning practice, followed by open discussion where we share related experience and create opportunities to learn with and from each other.

Sessions last 90 minutes and take place on the Zoom platform.  

Numbers are limited to 20 people. 

Costs are £10 for members and £20 for non-members. 

All fees go towards hosting further event



Our next Cafe IFAL: Practitioners Workshop will be on the 21st of July, 2021, 14.00  – 15.30 BST.

 The issue for exploration will be:

When facilitating sets in an organisation or system, how to ensure the learning of the set can impact the wider system in which the set members are operating?

 

 


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    • 21 Jul 2021
    • 14:00 - 15:30 (UTC+01:00)
    • Zoom
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    The issue for exploration will be:

    When facilitating sets in an organisation or system, how to ensure the learning of the set can impact the wider system in which the set members are operating?


    This Café IFAL will be presented by Jane Garnham, a member of IFAL’s Exec.  Jane is a very experienced Action Learning set facilitator and coach and has facilitated sets primarily in health, housing, social care and the UK charitable sector.  She also designs and delivers leadership development programmes and recently has been involved in work to help leaders think about developing a systems perspective on their work, working with Koreo whose work is founded on the belief that talent is the fundamental force of social change, that social impact should be at the heart of all work regardless of sector or role, and that collaborative action is the only way to address complex social issues.  She has long been interested in the tension between the importance of the confidential nature of the set space yet aware that there can be a bubble effect where learning can be trapped in the set rather than impacting the wider organisation / system.

     

     


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