7th July saw the launch of Action Learning Question based Cross Organisational ALQ Cohort at AIM Business School Sydney. Participants from the Not-for Profit sector and consultancy worked together in their first intensive face-to-face workshop to explore their organisational and leadership challenges. Challenges include transformation, market changes, new funding structures and business development. This is the start of a 90 day programme which includes a blend of virtual set meetings and face-to -face workshops and carries the option of write-up and assessment in order to earn one unit standing credit against the AIM Business School Graduate Certificate, Diploma or MBA programmes.
One participant commented 'I am really impressed with how the tools of action learning have worked. Members of the group from different backgrounds and organisations to mine have been able to give me an insight into how my problems are viewed through different lenses'.
Dr Richard Hale said of the event 'I am delighted that this programme has launched for a number of reasons. This is a great example of partnership working with AIM Business School who have provided an excellent learning environment in Sydney. I am interested in the Not-For-Profit sector focus of this set, albeit participants have worked across several business sectors and bring with them a wealth of experience. The Not-For-Profit sector faces significant challenges in Australia and many players will need to transform. Proper action learning is always concerned with taking an organisational perspective and here we have a cross organisational group who are learning with and from others through their focus on action and change.'
Shown in the cohort group photo are Dr Richard Hale and David Rosenbaum from Action Learning International and Professor Elizabeth More of AIM Business School (lower right).
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