Taking the Learning Back — 100 Day Action Plans
As the program concludes, time will be spent helping participants to develop ways that they can take some of the learning from the program back into the organization. This can help to break down barriers between different levels of the organization, as well as encourage cross-fertilization of knowledge. Perhaps most important, though, is that bringing the learning back into the organization helps develop a common set of understandings and a common language which people need in order to maintain creativity, understanding and to navigate during times of uncertainty. Also, unless new ideas cascade down into the organization, it cannot change as a whole. Part of the role of leadership is to teach all levels of the company to work with similar values and goals. It is through this continuous process that individuals develop the agility, focus and resilience needed to continuously refine their leadership styles.