Next Session: Action Learning for Federal Agencies - Action, Performance, Impact
How does Action Learning support the creation of transformational leaders and increased agency performance?
Action Learning is an innovative problem solving methodology that allows agencies to solve "wicked" organizational problems and simultaneously develop individual leadership competencies. Agencies benefit from this approach in a number of ways: harnessing intellectual power; building integrated teams skilled in reflective questioning; and discovering practical solutions to long unresolved problems.
Learn about Action Learning from those who have experienced the process and made valuable recommendations for change to their agencies.
Robert Tobias, Director, Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation, School of Public Affairs, American University
Patrick Malone, Executive-in-Residence, Key Executive Leadership Programs, School of Public Affairs, American University
Ilona Birenbaum, Leadership Coach, PCC and Consultant
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