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GWU Hosts 2nd Annual Peer Learning Summit

May 03, 2018
8:00 AM EDT - 4:00 PM EDT
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The George Washington University’s Marvin Center in downtown D.C.

What is Peer Learning? It’s the hottest emerging trend in coaching.  Major organizations from Seattle to Tokyo are strengthening collaboration, communications, and creative problem-solving by establishing peer learning (or peer coaching) circles at all levels of leadership.  Washington area coaches can join the revolution at the 2nd Annual Peer Learning Summit, May 3, at The George Washington University’s Marvin Center in downtown D.C.

Participants will get to experience, and learn how to implement, different peer learning approaches in a full day of activities, presentations, and reflective dialogue with world-renowned speakers and peer learning practitioners. 

  • The day kicks off with a keynote by global thought leader Ernie Turner, co-author of Action Reflection Learning (with Isabel Rimanovsky) and Gentle Interventions for Team Coaching: Little Things that Make a Big Difference.
  • Leaders who have established peer learning circles in their organizations will share the principles and best practices that lead to success. 
  • Attendees can “try on” different peer learning approaches in three peer learning circles.
  • Everyone will come away with resources and connections that will help them stand up, or change up, their own peer learning circles.

The Peer Learning Summit is sponsored by the George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership.  The cost to register is $250.  For more information and to register, go to: