We all want a highly personalized learning experience. We need real time, real world solutions that are designed for us to be successful. That’s why we continually monitor our journal entries to suggest highly relevant content and connections between coaches, mentors and peer groups.
The most visible and exciting example of this process is the “Issue Processing” sessions of our peer group meetings where a coach asks a member to bring a very specific issue to the table for everyone to learn from. The act of clarifying the problem and generating a wide range of solutions helps accelerate the learning of all members — filling up white boards with potential solutions.
This is not an academic or pretend exercise or case study.