Development pathways and self-sustaining communities of practice

For communities to be fully effective they need an identity and to be inherently self-defined and self-managed.  This is where development pathways using the 70:20:10 approach become invaluable.  It is the sharing of learned and applied techniques and common experiences that create and sustain a community.

For communities to be fully effective they need an identity and to be inherently self-defined and self-managed.  This is

Self-sustaining communities tend to establish and be involved in some of the many of these:

At the end of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Recognise the need for a community of practice
  • Understanding of how and why the community must engage
  • Build empowerment and ownership

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