Co-learning is a dynamic approach, inspired by co-development, which invites small groups from the same management level to explore a variety of pressing topics that emerge in each session.

This learning experience allows participants, generally managers, to share and discuss their managerial challenges with their colleagues who play the role of consultant-coaches to explore possible solutions. The facilitator empowers participants to develop their own capacity as a group to solve problems, and participants actively help address needs, gain clarity and recognize resources available to make progress.

A typical Co-Learning engagement involves:

  • 6 half-days + multiple sessions over 3-12 month period
  • Same group of 6-12 participants
  • An emergent process, to build a multitude of skills and capacities over time as directed by the participants, with a strong focus on collaboration and peer accountability