iCohere Education Series Webinar This webinar is free for government employees.
Thursday, August 8, 11:00am to Noon Eastern
Peer learning can be particularly effective for government agencies, where the need for expertise is strong, yet training and development resources are limited.
In this live interactive webinar, participants will hear about the purpose and benefits of virtual peer learning groups, and explore models and best practices for creating these forums to build long-lasting connections, and grow organizational capacity. The program will include ample opportunities for Q&A.
Questions to be Addressed:
What exactly is peer learning and how can it be used to strengthen organizational capacity?
How can government leaders create peer learning groups that enhance knowledge, skills, and resources in a cost-effective and meaningful way?
What are some peer learning models and practices that work well in virtual environments?
What are some practical first steps for leaders interested in starting peer learning groups, or enhancing learning communities already in place?
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Sue Brundege, MA, CPBA Senior Facilitator, Consultant, and Coach, Integrated Work
Sue works with nonprofit and healthcare leaders on strengthening organizational performance, communicating for results, and creating more productive teams. Sue is an expert in designing, training, and managing peer learning groups for nonprofit and government clients.
Lance A. Simon, CGMP, CGMP/GVMP VP Client & Government Solutions, iCohere
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