What are Action Learning Sets?
Action Learning is a method of group coaching which involves questioning, listening to self and others and taking action on real issues that are inhibiting progress.
A group of 6 individuals commits to meeting 5 times, for a half day, online. During this time participants establish a peer group they can trust and develop greater insight into managing situations and people. If they agree together then they can continue after the first five sessions and self-facilitate thereafter.
For the last 6 months, a group of Lapidus members have been trained under the guiding hand of Sue Isherwood (previous chair of Arts and Health South West) to become facilitators of Action Learning Sets which we hope to be able to begin running for Lapidus members soon.
How will this Pilot Project work?
Lapidus members who sign up will be assigned an Action Learning Set and a facilitator. These groups will be run over five-six months online and will allow attendees to begin self-coaching and, if successful, continue independently after the project has finished.
As this is a pilot project, these first sessions will have limited numbers so we can gauge interest in the Lapidus community.
How do you sign up?
Does this sound like a project you would like to take part in?
If you are a Lapidus member, check out the sign-up page, and find out more about Action Learning, by clicking on the button below: