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Learning Talk: Build the Culture

By: Dalton, Joan.
Contributor(s): Anderson, David | Leading Adult Learners (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Maldon, Victoria: Joan Dalton and David Anderson, 2010Description: 44 pages: illustrations (some color); 28cm.ISBN: 9780980777222.Subject(s): Conversation | Organizational learning | Communication in organizations | Team learning approach in educationDDC classification: 658.3124 DAL Summary: "The environment in which skilful Learning Talk emerges and flourishes is consciously created. This book is designed to help you: create safe and rigorous conditions for learning and Learning Talk ; make learning the core focus of professional conversations ; understanding the language of influence and different conversational intents. Each section ... provides you with specific and practical ways to do this. In this book you will find: from where you are to where you want to be ; build trusting relationships ; share power - use the language of influence ; make learning the core focus of professional talk ; understand key conversation intents."--Page 2.
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Includes bibliographical references (page 42).

"The environment in which skilful Learning Talk emerges and flourishes is consciously created. This book is designed to help you: create safe and rigorous conditions for learning and Learning Talk ; make learning the core focus of professional conversations ; understanding the language of influence and different conversational intents. Each section ... provides you with specific and practical ways to do this. In this book you will find: from where you are to where you want to be ; build trusting relationships ; share power - use the language of influence ; make learning the core focus of professional talk ; understand key conversation intents."--Page 2.

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