While the handful of leaders we discuss here are really not dealing with the corporate challenges, it’s still a relevant discussion. These leaders embody the paragons of the leadership qualities that are just as badly needed today as they were during their time.
In Parts 1 and 2, we looked at the different types of learning story, introduced the concept of Accelerative Learning, explored the history of AL, how it is defined and the key principles for designing an AL program.
In Part 1, we looked at the different types of learning story and introduced the concept of Accelerative Learning. In this post we explore the history of Accelerative Learning, how it is defined and the key principles of designing an AL program.
This blog post is the first of three posts on Accelerative Learning (AL) theory. In Part 1, we look at the different types of learning story and introduce the concept of Accelerative Learning.
Most coaching methods focus on solving a “problem”, rather than building the solution. It’s an easier approach. If you hit the Search button for “Employee Coaching” online, the first few options that pop up promise you to teach you “how to fix performance problems”.