WIAL Action Learning vs Action Reflection Learning. Praktyczne wskazówki.
30 października 2018, godz.16:00.
Webinarium odbędzie się w języku angielskim i będzie zawierać:
- wiedzę na temat obu metod
- praktyczne wskazówki dla osób pracujących rozwojowo z grupami i organizacjami
- one-pager w formacie pdf, zawierający narzędzia do wykorzystania w pracy coacha, facylitatora i trenera
Nagranie będzie dostępne dla absolwentów Szkoły Action Learning.
Ernie Turer is the President of LIM, Leadership in International Management, a global consulting firm focused on development – people and business – using Action Reflection Learning® principles. Ernie has a BA in English Literature from Wheaton College, Illinois and an MA in Educational Administration from City College, NYC.
Early in his career, over a 10-year period, Ernie worked and lived in Malaysia (with the Peace Corps), then in Angola, Brazil, Italy and Kenya as a teacher and principal with International Schools Services. Subsequently, he led a major organizational change project with the New York City school system working with the New York Urban Coalition, a consortium of corporations investing in major urban change.
For the last 20 years Ernie has been leading LIM. In this capacity he has been building LIM as a company and working on a variety of change initiatives within multinational corporations around the world including merger integration, leadership development, team development and human resource development. Some of the organizations he has personally worked with include: AstraZeneca, Amex, AT&T, Bayer, Berlex, Boskalis, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Chase, Coca-Cola, HSBC, Merck, Motorola, ON Semiconductor, Prudential, JNJ, Shire, StenaLine, Syngenta, Tekra, UNDP and Volvo.
Ernie has written the Intelitec Planning Guide: The Team Approach and co-authored LIM’s Learning Coach Handbook, Leader Coach Handbook, and M&A Handbook. He is one of several collaborating authors on a recent book, Earning While Learning in Global Leadership, recounting Volvo’s 10-year experience using Action Reflection Learning principles and practices. He recently led a cross-functional team of AstraZeneca professionals in writing The Little Book on Teamwork that is currently being used across AstraZeneca. He is a frequent speaker at development conferences. He and Isabel Rimanoczy, one of his partners, have just completed a book, Action Reflection Learning: Solving Real Business Problems by Connecting Earning with Learning due to be released by Davies-Black in early 2008.