Scenario: Wrap it up

As an action learning coach, how would you handle the following situation: You schedule 90 minutes for an Action Learning session. By 60 minutes the team has a clear solution.

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    Cora Hageman

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    If the team has gone through the right steps according to the script and everyone has agreed on the problem and the group has worked on solutions in the right way, the session can also be shorter. It is important to clearly put away the action learning. By making good agreements with the team about what to do and which leadership skills to work on.

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    José van Heusden

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    The condition is of course that all steps of the script have been followed in the right way. If the team is satisfied with the solution and the resulting actions, there is no need to spend more time on the session.

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    José van Heusden

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    The condition is of course that all steps of the script have been followed in the right way. If the team is satisfied with the solution and the resulting actions, there is no need to spend more time on the session. Thank you.

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    Nazeli Kirakosyan

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    This situation is much likely to happen. In this case, the rest of the time can be spent on focusing on the 2nd objective of the Action Learning: the learning. More time can be spent to evaluate and reflect on the learning. Some time also can be allocating on reflecting on the group work; reflection on the good practice of the performance as a group.

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    Michał Kowalczewski

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    If the team went through the whole scenario and developed a solution that they are satisfied with, they know how to implement the solution, I do not extend the session.

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