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Action Learning for Change A Practical Guide for Managers by Lynne Butler, Nigel Leach
  

Action Learning for Change A Practical Guide for Managers

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Action Learning for Change A Practical Guide for Managers by Lynne Butler, Nigel Leach

Shows how the principles of Action LearningA can be used to enhance performance and help manage change in the workplace. Much has been written about the challenges of managing change in organisations and the importance of keeping people motivated and positive throughout the process. This practical guide shows how action learning can help change to 'stick'. Apart from the benefits to teams, departments and organisations, action learning can also be valuable for personal development. It is an extremely cost effective way to help people and their organisations move forward in today's fast changing world. This book will show you how.

About the Author

Lynne Butler is an experienced consultant and action learning facilitator who works primarily with public sector organisations. She is a Fellow of the CIPD, and has contributed to publications for the CIPD, local and central government and Skills for Care. Nigel Leach is an experienced management consultant with over 20 years in-depth and general experience in organisational change. He is a Fellow of the CMI, a Fellow of the Institute for Learning and a member of the Institute of Business Consulting.

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Publication date

1st July 2011

Author

Lynne Butler, Nigel Leach

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Publisher

Management Books 2000 Ltd

Format

Paperback
160 pages

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ISBN

9781852526900

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