A different type of conversation…
Social learning spaces are not a typical meeting format. There’s no agenda (at least not in the traditional sense). Instead, people come together to share knowledge and learn with and from one another about what matters to them. They offer a space to reflect and think more creatively, to generate new ideas and insights into complex challenges, and most importantly to build trust and relationships between participants.
The purpose of this HIN Academy session is to explore the idea of “social learning spaces” as an effective meeting model that provides an alternative to our traditional meeting structures. We will offer tips on why this approach might be useful to you in your work, creating an environment that is inclusive, sociable and – most importantly – an enjoyable experience for those who take part.
Join Cleo Butterworth and Sam Hudson to find out more.
About the HIN Improvement Academy – Connecting Q Members Locally
The Health Innovation Network’s Improvement Academy was developed for Q members to create a supportive learning environment and facilitate a social space that generates meaningful connections.
– Build interest, capability and confidence in key areas of quality improvement
– Create a supportive learning environment for Q members to learn and share together (including opportunities to share challenges and ideas)
– Enable Q members across south London to build relationships and form supportive networks
– Connect Q members with expert resources locally