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Learning How to Learn: Embedding Intentional Group Learning into Your Foundation

In order to become more nimble, adaptive, and responsive to the complexities of social change, the philanthropic sector is increasingly leaning into learning. FSG’s new guide, Facilitating Intentional Group Learning, is designed to help organizations and teams infuse a learning culture into their daily work.

Foundations in particular are finding that embedding intentional learning into their practice increases their ability to adjust in turbulent times and enhances their ultimate impact. Hear from Chera Reid of The Kresge Foundation and Pamela Schwartz of Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit, as they walk through the steps they took to design and implement learning activities in their organizations.

Participants will:

  • Learn how intentional learning can be incorporated into new and existing structures at their foundation.
  • Gain practical insights on how to integrate intentional learning through a variety of activities.
  • Identify how to use the guide in their individual context.

This free webinar is for practitioners interested in helping people learn together in any setting—from staff meetings, to learning retreats, and grantee convenings. No prior experience in facilitation is required.

Space is limited.

Register for this free webinar >


Chera D. Reid

Director of Strategic Learning, Research and Evaluation The Kresge Foundation

Pamela Schwartz

Senior Director for Community Health Impact and Learning Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit

Efraín Gutiérrez

Former Associate Director of Equity Partnerships, FSG

Katelyn Mack

Former Director, FSG

Hallie Preskill

Senior Advisor