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Dear Colleagues,
I am pleased to welcome you to the 2016 WIAL Annual Conference in Warsaw, Poland on October 19-20th. This year, the theme is “Developing Agile Leaders Through Action Learning ”.  
As organizations, both private and public, experience internal and external challenges, such as technology, communication, social expectations, etc., so is the need to develop leaders who can create the conditions for organizational performance, teams that can innovate faster and organizations that create knowledge management systems that go beyond formal roles and responsibilities.


Action Learning in Action:  How Action Learning Coaches Harness Collective Ambition


Can you pinpoint why some companies thrive, some teams are high performers and some leaders seem to “lead” their teams “better”?   One answer can be Collective Ambition.  That is, how leaders and teams together think about their organizational purpose, what is to be accomplished, how they will collaborate to achieve results, the conditions needed to align their brand promise with their core values, and how they shape the behaviors to support sustained “collective excellence” over singular goals.

Action Learning is a dynamic approach to problem solving that fosters collaboration, enhances communication, and improves leadership skills while

focusing on finding practical solutions to real organizational challenges. 

This year's focus is Improving Performance – The Neuroscience of Action Learning. 

The Annual Forum provides an opportunity for presenters and attendees to offer and participate in great ways to create organizational change and performance.  Through engaging in thought-provoking conversation with leading speakers in the fields of action learning, organizational change and culture, team coaching, and leadership development, attendees will gain insights and answers to the unique challenges they encounter each day in their organizations.

Are Your “Problem Solving Meetings” Causing  problems?


In today’s world, organizations face new and increasing pressures to remain competitive in their business sector.  Action learning is an effective solution for solving complex problems. Action Learning will:


• Solve problems and challenges with breakthrough and sustaining strategies.

• Develop leadership skills and qualities needed by twenty first century managers.

• Develop teams that continuously improve their capability to form and adapt, and

• Capture valuable knowledge at the individual, group, and organizational levels.


Solve real world problems and develop leadership and teamwork competencies at the same time!

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