Communities of Practice: Focus on What Matters

Communities of Practice (CoP’s) offer an outstanding way to organize ourselves to focus on the most important issues facing us in this special time. These peer-driven learning organizations are uniquely adaptable to our virtual environments, bringing people together across organizations, professions, localities, and experiences in order to address a common learning challenge together. As they are based upon trust and adaptability, CoP’s are uniquely able to facilitate practical learning while helping members be vulnerable to one another about the challenges along the way.

On Wednesday, May 27th, I will be joining Darin Eich to facilitate a special free webinar, Communities of Practice: A Practical Way to Focus on What Matters at Work,” in which participants will have an opportunity to see how CoP’s can help them address the new and unique challenges and opportunities of this uncertain time. Whether you’ve participated in CoP’s in the past or are brand new to the topic, this will be an engaging learning opportunity. Share the link with others, so we can bring together a diverse set of experiences to learn together!

When: May 27, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Published by Harry Webne-Behrman

I am a facilitator, mediator, educator, and consultant specializing in addressing complex challenges and disputes within organizations. I bring over 40 years experience to this work and offer two recent books, What Matters at Work (2020) and What Matters in This Moment (2021) to these efforts.

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