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Public Sector

Action Learning for Federal Agencies—How to Make Action Learning Work for You

Speaker: Patrick S. Malone

Action learning is an innovative problem-solving methodology that promotes the use of reflective questioning and processes in addressing organizational problems while developing individual leadership competencies. By using action learning, agencies harness intellectual power in building integrated teams that put forth carefully conceived, practical action plans for real-time challenges. Action learning teams hone personal leadership skills and build an interconnected fabric of professionalism that enhances the performance and learning culture of the agency. This webcast will feature three federal executives who have successfully used this tool in their organizations. Attendees will: - Understand the value of the use of action learning for organizational problem solving and personal development. - Identify potential organizational problems that may be addressed using action learning. - Hear from practicing federal executives who have had success utilizing action learning. - Recognize the value of action learning as a tool for organizational culture change.



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