Leadership: The Catalyst for Learning Transfer and Impact

I have worked in human resources for health throughout the entire country especially for the past 10 years. Currently I am with the Last Mile Health Liberia Country Program. I am participating in the Healthy Communities Fellowship which was created to amplify the voices of frontline leaders and innovators spearheading initiatives that address health inequities around the […]

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Applying Core Principles to ‘Question Design’

Adults learn best when respect, safety, inclusion, relevance, immediacy and engagement are all present within the learning experience. A distillation of years of educational research, these six core principles are the building blocks of Dialogue Education™. Effective questions, so key to dialogue and learning, are designed with these same core principles in mind. RESPECT: Adults […]

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Learning Events vs. Meetings, What’s the Difference?

At GLP we see “learning events” and “meetings” as distinct and unique gatherings. The principles and practices of a learning-centered approach apply to both, however, there are also differences that need to be considered. The main difference: In learning events, we determine what learners want or need to learn that is new. As designers of […]

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