Begins: Sep. 29, 2020 at 8:30 am
Ends: Sep. 29, 2020 at 10:00 am
Take the Pain Out of Management Development
Peer learning groups are an innovative alternative to traditional professional development options for managers. They allow managers to share their knowledge and experience, learn and practice new skills, create company-relevant new knowledge, and support and motivate each to better performance. And they don’t have to leave the worksite to do that.
The 2019 Learning in the Workplace Survey indicates that daily work experience and knowledge sharing are the most useful ways that managers learn on the job. The peer learning group model combines learning and working into a seamless activity that creates a learning culture and boosts productivity.
The purpose of the workshop is to promote the use of onsite, self-directed and self-managed peer learning groups for managers that result in collaborative and competent leadership teams at all levels in the organization, with a resulting positive impact on workplace performance and productivity.
Over five sessions, besides experiencing the peer learning group process itself, participants will learn about the Peer Learning Group Model, the secrets to a successful peer learning group program, how to create psychological safety in groups, and how to set up and manage a peer learning group program. Participants will leave the program with the knowledge and skill to set up and implement a peer learning group program in their organizations.
Workshop is five sessions 8:30-10 a.m. Registration closes on Sept. 27.
Oct. 6, 13, 20, and 27
Cost: $295/participant, $50 off if registering 2 or more people from the same organization
Instructors: Deborah Spring Laurel and Peter Korynski from the Peer Learning Institute.