What is Action Learning?
This is a process that involves a small group working on real problems, taking action, and learning as individuals, as a team, and as a whole.
It is a structured, practical method of working that enables small groups to address complicated issues by meeting regularly and working collectively.
The set member and the group facilitator help to develop creative, flexible and successful strategies using the group’s collective intelligence & creativity to find solutions without judgement. The ideal number of participants in a session is up to 7 people.
Educational Professionals, social work professionals, clinical and health teams, multidisciplinary teams can meet to discuss a case study or practice challenge to produce a better outcome for the client and their family.
Action learning is a development tool of significant value.