Peer coaching, also known as action learning, is a process of collaborative inquiries and focuses on real issues where participants reflect, learn and support each other in taking action. This course provides the necessary skills to facilitate and lead peer coaching groups. Participants will learn the basic process of collaborative inquiry used in action learning, practice the art of asking life-changing questions and identify strategies for introducing peer coaching or action learning into their work environment. [L116]
- identifying strategies for introducing action learning in the work environment
- learning and practicing coaching tools
- understanding the basic process of collaborative inquiry
This activity has been designed for supervisors, managers and senior managers in the Public Service of Canada.
Learning Community: Supervisors, Managers, Senior Managers
Key Leadership Competency: Engagement: Team Building
Management Accountability Framework: Results and Performance, Learning, Innovation and Change Management, Citizen Focused Services, Stewardship
Schedule and Registration
There are no dates currently scheduled for this course. This course is either in
the process of being scheduled or will not be offered until a future session later
in the year.
Online registration through your MyAccount is the preferred method, but the following
options are also available: