Thu, Mar 23|
Cancelled: Edgar Schein's - Leading with Humility with Phil LeNir
Join us and Phil LeNir to explore the theme of Leading with Humility a peer learning guide developed by the late Edgar Schein. Peer Group Learning is an increasingly popular and powerful approach to organizational development.
Time & Location
Mar 23, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. EDT
About the Event
Peer Group Learning is an increasingly popular and powerful approach to organizational development. In today's hybrid workplace organizations need to keep people connected, provide space for reflection and dialogue, and do so in a cost effective and scalable manner. Peer Learning groups make this happen. However, organizing, supporting and sustaining a successful peer group learning program can be challenging. There are numerous potential pitfalls both for the learners and organizers that could derail a deployment.
At this event you will learn about best practices designing and deploying peer group learning programs. You will experience a peer group learning session yourself around the theme of Leading with Humility using a peer learning guide developed by the late Edgar Schein. As a result of this session you will discover and experience peer group learning guided by expert content, appreciate how and why it is used, and learn about best practices.
About Your Facilitator
Phil LeNir is president and co-founder of CoachingOurselves along with world renowned management thinker Henry Mintzberg. Phil is now on a mission to bring reflection and dialogue to leaders and managers around the world through peer learning.
He has a Masters in International Management and a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from McGill University in Montreal. Prior to CoachingOurselves, Phil held senior management positions in software firms specializing in speech recognition. He developed a patent in speaker verification systems and was responsible for developing speech recognition systems used by millions of people. Phil has authored numerous articles on leadership and organizational development. He wrote a book on social and informal learning for management development which, much to Phil's surprise, was only published in Japanese and did well in Japan.