Embedding Team Learning

Provocation to make Learning Stick in Teams

kirjoittanut Peter Mayes
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Embedding team learning is about ensuring the time and money spent in training and developing teams is the best possible fit for the organisation, the team itself and the individuals.
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Embedding team learning is a comprehensive approach to maximising team development. Competition between businesses is even keener than ever before, the rate of change is rapid and constant and people’s brains are changing as we interact more and more with technology. Learning, and ensuring this a way of life for teams, is a critical tool for survival and growth, unfortunately, it has been my experience that this concept is often underused or sidelined. Teams that learn to share and stick together really do make a difference to an organisation. Sometimes it’s worth taking a radical approach to get a step change in behaviour and team development.

About the author

Working with leaders and managers over the last 30 years where change was imperative to survive and thrive I developed a range of embedding team learning that have ensured success.
Having a varied career in organisational development and as an Executive Coach I have implemented many successful team development strategies. My qualifications are in Strategic Human Resource Development (M.Sc.), industrial management, coaching and leadership www.petermayes.co.uk.

  • About the author 
  • Author’s note 
  • Preface 
  • Part one 
  1. What is embedding team learning? 
    1. What is changing in team learning? 
    2. Are learners all the same? 
    3. So how can teams work together? 
    4. Everyone has a learning role 
    5. TP1 Thinking prompts for leaders (embeddings team’s and learning) 
  2. Harnessing the wealth of creativity? 
    1. Creativity or innovation what’s the difference? 
    2. What creates conditions for success? 
    3. Using simple and proven techniques to explore and develop your creativity 
    4. What to watch out for? 
    5. TP2 Thinking prompts for leaders (creativity, mindset and change) 
  3. What is culture anyway? 
    1. Culture – a sum of the parts or not? 
    2. What’s the benefit of mistakes and how can we handle them? 
    3. What not to do with mistakes? 
    4. What type of culture exists (the reality)? 
    5. How can we turn a toxic team into a healthy team and workplace? 
    6. TP3 Thinking prompts for leaders (culture, mistakes and desire) 
  • Part two
  1. Team learning: through trust and respect 
    1. Trust is like a stepping stone and respect is like a bridge 
    2. The stepping stones for building true team working 
    3. TP4 Thinking points for leaders (trust, respect and provocation) 
  2. Team learning: stories and challenges   
    1. Are we really learning? 
    2. So what next and what else can we do? 
    3. Enabling team members to learn 
    4. TP5 Thinking points for leaders (learning, mechanisms and remembering) 
  3. Team learning: Everyone’s a player 
    1. Where does this team learning stuff come from? 
    2. TP6 Thinking points for leaders (relationships, teams and working) 
  4. Team learning: Getting the lessons learned 
    1. Learning by loops - single, double or triple 
    2. Using reflective practice as a normal process 
    3. Using action learning sets, groups and teams 
    4. Team coaching the next step for team evolution? 
    5. TP7 Thinking points for leaders (action, reflection and support) 
  5. Team collaboration: bringing people along 
    1. Making it stick 
    2. Following through 
    3. Changing the pattern 
    4. What’s really the problem? 
    5. TP8 Thinking points (collaboration, collaboration, collaboration) 
  6. Endnotes