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Ellen Pruyne on the Importance of Informal Learning

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Uploaded on Jun 6, 2011

For the third interview in our series on learning and new technologies we're delighted to talk to Dr. Ellen Pruyne, Interview with Dr. Ellen Pruyne, Principle at Leopard and Lemur Limited and Associate at Ashridge Business School. Ellen is fascinated with how people CHANGE FOR GOOD, meaning how they learn and develop in ways that are positive and meaningful for themselves and the families, organisations and societies they inhabit. Her approach is based in positive psychology and appreciative inquiry, i.e. finding and celebrating what is going well and helping to identify and address areas where further improvements might be possible. Ellen does not believe the 'blame and shame' game is productive or worthwhile.

Previous to Leopard and Lemur Limited, Ellen was a Learning Consultant in the Ashridge Centre for Research in Executive Development, where she supported Ashridge programmes and clients in designing effective learning environments and experiences, optimising participant learning, and conducting learning assessments and impact evaluations. Ellen has business training at the undergraduate and graduate levels, with a degree in accounting from the University of Buffalo (New York) and a master's in management from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University. She recently earned master's and doctoral degrees in human development and psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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