The role of action learning
We have developed action learning as part of the support for service champions, and as a means for developing leadership for service change and development on health inequality. The learning process is facilitated by Ann Campell and Moira McKinnon of Garth Associates.
In addtion to this the members of East Lothian’s Joint Health Improvment Planning Board have planned a series of reflective sessions during which they will be joined by Dr Harry Burns, Chief Medical Officer, and Karen Grieve national programme manager for Equally Well
Action learning sets provide the following:
- support for individual champions developing their own learning / perspective on this issue
- support for individual champions developing their own leadership skills in relation to this issue
- challenge the champions to think about their role and the role of the service they represent on this issue
- challenge the champions to think beyond their own service area on this issue
- support the champions to maintain a focus on the rationale of Support from the Start
More information on how action learning work is available at this link how-does-action-learning-operate-in-practice
With the agreement of the sevice champions the output from the learning sets will be posted on this blog.
Here is the output from the first Action Learning meetings held on 7th May 2009
Set 3 will be meeting on 3rd June and output will be posted after that date.