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For organizations to be successful, individuals need opportunities to share data, as well as their knowledge and experiences, with others. Facilitated, intentional group activities create the ideal environment for reflection and dialogue that lead to new insights and understandings.

From quick 20-minute activities to multi-hour gatherings, this guide provides detailed instructions on how to conduct high-energy, inclusive, and productive experiences.

Top Takeaways

  1. Anyone can design and facilitate a learning activity. The goal is to be thoughtful and deliberate about what is to be learned, by whom, when, and where.

  2. Learning opportunities can be incorporated into already established meetings and gatherings; taking time for intentional learning doesn’t have to be time consuming or costly.

  3. Being clear about the goals for learning will ensure that the right activity is designed for the right reasons.
As humans we are always learning; the key to workplace learning is to make it intentional.

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To come: Recording of "Learning How to Learn: Embedding Intentional Group Learning Into Your Foundation", Feb. 23 webinar

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