Jim Simpson

Jim Simpson

Jim is a consultant, researcher, coach and developer.

Action leaning tackles fuzzy and messy problems in organisations

These are excerpts from an action learning training programme and show the types of interpersonal as well as cognitive skills needed to effectively learn in action.  It is followed by group exercises on giving and receiving feedback and helps to get you going comfortable with self assessment in your work and generating feedback.

This material is inspired by a great learning guru who has helped thousands learn better, Professor Tom Bourner.

Action Learning skills – Giving and Receiving Feedback

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