Action Learning is the process of deliberately learning real-work experiences. Brass Ring Training provides two types of action learning programs: sponsored projects and Self-Directed Collaborative Learning teams.
Sponsored projects take a group of participants through a project given to them from a top executive. This project will have a scope beyond their current experience and require accessing new resources and learning new skills. A Brass Ring facilitator works with team to promote learning and team sucess. These Action Learning projects typically run 3 to 6 months.
Collaborative Self-Directed Learning teams are individuals working on their own work projects and using one another as a source for feedback, insight, new resources and support. This kind of Action Learning team is can be a limited time or ongoing, with the potential for shifitng membership as time progresses.
Action Learning uses real-world problems as learning opportunities. With coaching from Brass Ring Training, a team of participants will work on solving real challenges in their workplace - either tackling one together or using each other as a resource to tackle individual challenges. Action Learning projects typically take 1 month to 1 year to complete and not only help the participants, but have a direct effect on the organization.