Learning and Knowledge Ecosystems
We build on the CEF's know-how in becoming and being a learning organization by sharing recommendations on how to embark on a journey of becoming a learning organization. We provide learning activities for public officials to acquire competencies to start practicing principles that foster a learning and knowledge sharing culture within their teams and institutions by putting people first. We encourage them to embrace a systematic approach to effective knowledge exchange and knowledge management. At the same time, we offer opportunities to gain knowledge and skills in learning methodologies to organize and deliver effective learning events. These capacities positively influence organizational performance and ensure that officials’ work meets the quality requirements expected by key stakeholders. In developing activities, we use design thinking and other collaborative approaches and highlight the importance of lifelong learning.
In 2023, we highlight the importance of systematic approach towards knowledge management and how public institutions can become learning organizations. Through different learning opportunities, participants will learn how to capture and package good practices, design and facilitate a dynamic and engaging learning and knowledge sharing event. They will also develop other learning and knowledge sharing competencies. They will expand their knowledge management skills that will enable them to develop knowledge management strategies. We will share our know-how on how to become a learning organization, and engage public official in collaboration and peer-to-peer learning (e.g. through Network of Regional Experts). We will advocate the value of lifelong learning and continuous vocational education and training (VET). We aim to ensure public official’s professional development for the institutions being competitive and well-functioning learning organizations.
WeLead: Grow Your Skills to Promote Change
Are you a young leader in the public sector tasked with promoting change under tough expectations and large uncertainty about the future? We carefully picked two transversal competencies – building rapport and harvesting deep conversations through the art of hosting; and two iterative and foresight methods – foresight and scenario visioning, and problem-driven adaptation – that can help you be more successful.
Online Course: September 4, 2023 – September 3, 2024