10 Best Practices for Action learning Projects

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10 Best Practices for Action learning Projects

Action learning is a powerful leadership development process in which participants work on specifically designed project teams, receive feedback on their performance, reflect on their experiences and seek to incorporate the lessons learned into their day-to-day leadership activities. Access this resource to learn the ten best practices employed by organizations that make action learning the centerpiece of their highly effective leadership development programs.