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Reg Revans

Action Learning is an intervention that encourages shared peer learning and problem sharing.
An Action Learning Set gives the space and time for an individual to work through a problem with
the support of other people. Action Learning is done in focused group sessions that address a particular issue.

The Process

– Working on real issues and problems
– Asking questions
– Actively listening
– Reflection and feedback
– Plan action and do it


Further Resources

For a short introduction to Action Learning from Reg Revans,
watch this video by the International Foundation for Action Learning.

Action Learning

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