Organisational development for the not-for-profit sector
Organisational development for the not-for-profit sector with Action Learning
If you are interested how organisations in the not-for-profit sector (like charities and social enterprises) can improve organisational performance in a straightforward yet powerful way, then this meeting might be something for you.
Action Learning can be an alternative for not-for-profit organisations, as they have limited resources, to improve their efficiency, and employee health- and well-being. Action Learning is a learner centred methodology and has been used since the Protected content as a straightforward way to solve problems in organisations. Action Learning is about learning from real-life problems in organisations with main focus on reflection. A group of 4 to 6 people reflect upon perceived problems in their organisations. Each participant presents their problem and the other participants ask questions to clarify the problem and the group members also reflect on possible causes to the problem. The group meet a number of times to reflect on problems and developing solutions.
In this meeting we explain Action Learning and what to think about to make it work.
P-O and Ramy
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