In this section we will help you to understand Action Learning and Group Coaching approaches that you can use to help you solve problems, answer questions and work on issues.
Often these terms are used interchangeably and distinctions have become blurred so here we will help you understand a range of group problem-solving interventions all of which involves the development of individuals through a supportive group environment.
As a coach and facilitator I have used a range of group problem solving methods from Action Learning in its purest form to other types of group mentoring, coaching and masterminding, all of which help group or set members work on specific issues or problems, whether individual or shared. However not one approach fits all and it is about choosing the most appropriate one for what you are aiming to achieve.
In this section you will find information to help you understand some of these different approaches, how they differ from one another and when each may be appropriate. You will also find tips on how to run successful group coaching sessions.