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Action learning in healthcare; a practical handbook.


Action learning in healthcare; a practical handbook.

Edmondstone, John.

Radcliffe Publishing


148 pages




Edmondstone, a leadership, management, and organization development consultant in the public sector in the UK, offers a manual for senior managers and professionals, as well as organization development practitioners, on the use of action learning in healthcare for leadership, management, and organizational development purposes. He covers its core ideas, underlying assumptions, goals and purposes, and differences from traditional learning; practice aspects, including preparation, problems, projects, sets and set members, facilitation, and evaluation, as well as dealing with anxiety; and resources such as exercises, questionnaires, and worksheets.

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Date:Apr 1, 2012
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