In a recent survey of the 700+ members of the Learning Leaders mailing list, one meeting topic clearly emerged as the most desired: Experiential Learning for Leadership Development.
This month, come learn and trade ideas, insights, challenges and successes around using experiential learning to develop leaders. This session will be a great way to support others as well as to be supported.
Don't miss what is sure to be a valuable conversation.
Facilitated by Jon Ulrich
Wilderness Leadership—on the Job
3 Experiential Learning “Miracle Pills” Every Leadership Development Needs
The Rise of Experiential Learning
The power of immersive and experiential leadership development
More formally, Appreciative Inquiry (AI) has been described as: "a change methodology grounded in theories from the disciplines of organization behavior and the sciences of sociology and psychology, with a good dose of metaphyics." Less formally, it is described as a positive, strengths-based approach to change that invites the “system” of a business or community to contribute to and co-create desired positive change.
Join us to share in a discussion with Elaine Suess, Executive Coach and Certified Appreciative Inquiry practitioner, as we take on the Appreciative approach to change, a process associated with it, and how inviting the system in can make all the difference.
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Convener: Rhonda Pfaltzgraff-Carlson
Whether you’re a manager trying to develop your people or trying to develop yourself and build a career, you need to know that one of the key ways you can have a positive impact on the business is by operating more as a “Coach” than a “Manager.”
A study conducted by Bersin & Associates showed that organizations with leaders who coach effectively and frequently improve their business results by 21 percent as compared to those who never coach.
Many people are unsure about what is different about a coaching approach, so we will outline some key descriptors and talk about how certified, professional business and personal coaches approach coaching vs. managing. Bring your questions and experience so we can all learn how to be better coaches and mangers.
Coffee is provided. We have a suggested donation of $2.00 to help with the cost of the room rental. Valet Parking is available at our meeting location.
More details coming soon!
Convener: Paul Bozik
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