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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

Harvard Business Participant Centred Learning Case Study

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Participant Centered Learning and “The Coach’s Role – A Harvard Business Publishing Mini Case”


Participant Centered Learning is at the heart of all Leadership and Management programs at Harvard Business School.  Join us for a brief overview of the Participant Centered Learning model used at Harvard by reviewing some of the Case Teaching Tools and hear first hand how professors develop programs designed to involve their audience for maximum participation and results.


To demonstrate how Participant Centered Learning works, join James as he guides us through The Coach’s Role,  a mini case designed to get everyone involved in the discussion.  This case addresses the coach’s role in the coaching process. How best can a coach approach, prepare for, and carry out coaching an employee? And how does a coach unwittingly get off track?  The case is presented from Carrie Browse’s point of view. As you follow Carrie through the case, think about why Carrie makes the choices she does—and what you might have done in a similar situation.


Speaker Biography


James Sinclair has been involved in the learning industry since 1988 and has been helping organizations develop and implement learning programs for organizations large and small across many industries and around the world.  Having worked with organizations like Learn PC, J3 Learning, CBT Systems/SmartForce/SkillSoft and now EDLS (Harvard Business Publishing) has provided James with a unique perspective into the ups and downs of the online and blended learning landscape.   James is a former board member for CCCE and has always been a strong advocate of learning professionals sharing their experiences (both positive and negative) so that we can all be better prepared for the challenges ahead of us.
Currently James is the principal Leadership Strategist and VP Operations at EDLS, the Canadian business partner for Harvard Business Publishing.  In this capacity James works with customers to help design solutions to meet their business needs and ensures that programs are implemented quickly and run smoothly to ensure the greatest success possible.

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Date(s) - 16/10/2013
8:45 am - 11:00 am

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