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Advanced Action Learning Facilitation (in-person or virtual)

Description of the Workshop 1.4 CEU

Advanced Action Learning Facilitation WorkshopThis intensive hands-on workshop is useful for those wanting to expand, deepen and enrich their knowledge and expertise in facilitating Action Learning.  

Participants from other schools of Action Learning are welcome to apply to participate in this workshop.  

This workshop can be customized according to the nature and needs of participants, including to any pre-existing Action Learning, coaching or facilitation expertise. It also can be provided in-person or virtually.

Outcomes for Workshop Participants

Possible Topics in the Workshop

Topics will be customized to the needs and interests of participants, and could include:

Diverse Methods of Development in the Workshop

The workshop includes five to six participants in one cohort group to allow time for individual attention, practice and feedback in the workshop. Methods include:

  1. An approximate one to two hours of self-paced pre-reading and /or videos to gain highly practical guidelines, templates and tools before the workshop.
  2. Focused and practical presentations by faculty, with plenty of time for Q&A.
  3. Extensive facilitation practice sessions, with plenty of time for Q&A and feedback from faculty and fellow learners.
  4. Participants complete a Learning Journal with reflections, learning and possible applications for Action Learning.
  5. Workshop is facilitated by instructor(s) with extensive experience in in-person and virtual training of Action Learning facilitation to a diverse set of learners.
  6. Each learner gets access to practical tools as they need them from our vast toolbox of tools.

Workshop Formats: In-Person or Virtual

CEUs and Certificate

NOTE: There is no independent "certification" organization in the field of Action Learning, for example, like the independent International Coach Federation is for the profession of personal and professional coaching. "Independent" means that the certification organization does not concurrently promote and provide certification on its own particular model of Action Learning, while suggesting that it concurrently is the certification organization of other and different models.


  1. The Many Faces of Action Learning -- An Introduction to Innovative Approaches
  2. Action Learning Facilitation
  3. Before attending this workshop, participants should have facilitated at least six Action Learning meetings that the participant arranged outside of the workshops. Prerequisites could be negotiated, based on the current capabilities of the learner.

Workshop Instructors


Scheduling and Registration

"Carter [of Authenticity Consulting] has an uncanny ability to cut to the core of what is helpful to make Action Learning effective, and to help individuals eliminate whatever barriers they encounter in managing and facilitating a program."
— Julia Fabris McBride, ICF Coach Certified, Director of Faculty and Coach Development,
Kansas Leadership Center

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