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Tool: Facilitating Intentional Group Learning: A Practical Guide to 21 Activities

March 23, 2018

To develop an organizational culture that supports iterative reflection and learning, individuals need opportunities to share data, insights, and experiences with others. The way that learning and reflection sessions are designed and implemented can enable or inhibit the meaningful sharing of ideas and collective problem-solving. From quick informal 20-minute activities …

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Blog: Why Learning from Failure is Key to Anticipating Humanitarian Crises

January 26, 2018

In humanitarian contexts, decision-makers must often rely on various sources of data that may be incomplete or at odds, which affects the calculation of risk, and accordingly, resource prioritization and programmatic decisions. In efforts to cultivate an environment for iterative learning and move us away from “success” and “failure” thinking, …

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Event/ Webinar: Contested Evidence: The challenges and limitations of evidence-based approaches in humanitarian action

December 6, 2017

Event/ Webinar: Contested Evidence: The challenges and limitations of evidence-based approaches in humanitarian action Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection (PHAP), 7 November 2017   As part of Humanitarian Evidence Week, PHAP convened an online panel discussion with evaluators and practitioners speaking to evidence-based approaches in humanitarian action. The event …

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Video: Simon Sinek on Intensity vs. Consistency

December 6, 2017

Video: Simon Sinek on Intensity vs. Consistency Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), 20 September 2017 In this short video, leadership expert Simon Sinek talks about how an organizational culture supportive of outcomes and built on strong relationships is achieved through consistency, not intensity. Sinek …

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