DIANA LARSEN – The Practitioner as Heroic Learner: Designing Learning Environments for Leaders, Teams, and Organizations
In the coming years, learning will emerge as a key competency for every organization, and for everyone from the boardroom to the executive suite to the front line. Recognize the courage of a leader who can see, embrace, and learn from mistakes, then design environments for learning individuals, teams, and organizations. Lead boldly with assurance that we can navigate designs for a future where no one has been before. Celebrate the heroic learner potential in all of us. In this session, you’ll practice setting the conditions for maximum learning for yourselves and your design teams. You’ll leave with five crucial guidelines for heroic learners.
- examine paths to becoming a heroic learner and choose their own best path
- practice with five “rules” or principles for designing learning environments in the classroom and the workplace
- explore and discuss five powerful questions to improve learning conditions
- experience a celebration of learning and take away a plan for enhancing the fluent proficiency of leaders, teams, and/or their organization
Diana Larsen is an author and founding partner of FutureWorks Consulting – the practice’s lead for Agile software development, team leadership, and Agile transitions. For more than 20 years she’s worked with leaders to design work systems, improve project performance, and support leader and enterprise agility.