We Are Peers encourages and deploys peer learning within organizations to empower their people. The ultimate vision of We Are Peers is to be the go-to method and tool for mutual teaching. It is also about enabling anyone – not just educators, teachers, trainers and professional facilitators – to develop their autonomy when learning from each others.
What does a peer learning session look like?
Discover in this new video a demonstration of a peer learning session with Enedis with head of agencies. Thanks to Constance Peze from Enedis Paris, for her testimony on the benefits of WAP. Diane Lenne, CEO of We Are Peers, also explains what WAP is, and how a peer-to-peer learning session takes place step by step.
What I do at We Are Peers
As program lead, facilitator and brand content manager, I scope, deploy and facilitate peer learning programs within organizations: MNOs, business schools and institutions to empower their people. My specialities are into workplace learning innovations, learning labs, corporate universities.
I do content programming, management and publishing via our blog as well as social media engagement with the ecosystem of We Are Peers.
Projects with customers of We Are Peers
Peer Learning Sessions I have facilitated
Soft skills development and mapping – April 2019
Check out few photos from my facilitation in HEP Education, Paris, France.
Future manager in the context of VUCA – April 2019
Co-facilitation a one-day peer learning workshop with the pedagogy and technology of ‘We Are Peers’, Isabelle Werlen Eschalier, Coach in Business Design & Transformation from I-We, and 15 students from the management school, ESM-A. The goal was to co-produce and publish a French blog post on Medium. Topic: what the future manager looks like and does in the context of volatily, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.
Erasmus+ Engagement Kit Workshop – April 2019
This was on co-creating an engagement kit with Démocratie Ouverte during #YouthWeek. You can also check out the photos of the workshop. Read on my review of the workshop.
Corporate Universities Night at IFCAM, Crédit Agricole – May 2019
“An unprecedented evening, reserved for the decision-makers of Corporate Universities, whose objective is to share a selection of proven offers, partners or remarkable start-ups, outside the strategic and competitive scope.
It is a question of seizing opportunities of mutualization, either to launch several in a pilot with a start-up, or to develop a common device, or to benefit at a marginal cost from an already existing program developed a University of Paris. ‘Entreprise … The challenge is to accelerate projects thanks to collective intelligence while absorbing part of the initial cost.”
Review on the deployment of a peer learning program in the learning department of Total at the first fair to bring together game initiatives from corporate universities, ‘For Us‘ at IFCAM, Crédit Agricole’s Group University with ‘We Are Peers’ team. See photos and watch the video recap.
Forum Changer d’ère – Peer Learning Workshop – June 2019
Theme: WAP Else: Conquer your place in a world of transformation.
This peer learning session was co-facilitated by Diane Lenne, Isabelle Werlen Eschalier, Rotana Ty and Keya Luo, with the metholodogy and technology of We Are Peers during the yearly Forum Changer d’ère in Cité des Sciences, Paris, France. Read on more how we experienced this workshop.
Peer Learning Session with Managers from Enedis – July 2019
Co-facilitated a 5 hour workshop with 40 lead managers from Enedis and Diane Lenne, CEO of WAP, in Paris, France. Topic: sharing next pratices between peers to help their team managers to perform better. See the video.
Future of Public Services – City of Créteil – July 2019
I have co-facilitated a 2 hour peer learning session with Anne-Elise Lenne, founder of Cycla Conseil, Aïda Koné, founder of Metikizy, and two facilitators from the City or Créteil. Goal: mapping existing and new initiatives, that put the citizens at the heart of the future public services of the city of Créteil, France.
Check out more through words and photos in this blog post.
Upcoming Peer Learning Session I am working on to facilitate
Peer Learning Workshop at Digital Learning Manager EFE / Abilways Conference – 28 November 2019
“Digital Learning Manager: a multifaceted professional at the heart of the digital transformation of organizations. In the age of digital and the hyperconnected learner, creating engaging learning paths that can boost business performance requires seizing the opportunities offered by digital learning.
Far from being just a tool, it’s about taking a new approach to your workplace learning strategy: how to deploy your learning strategy and foster engagement?”
As speaker and facilitator, I’ll share experiences and next practices. This day in Paris will also be a unique opportunity to discover the latest innovations and learning trends to offer your customers new pedagogical experiences!
Peer Learning Programs I manage and enable
emlyon hackathon and peer learning course – September & October 2019
As a program lead, I manage this project with the staff of emlyon, the team at We Are Peers and a team of facilitators. We will enable 1300 students from the business school of emlyon to do market analysis and spot trends related to their entrepreneurial project as an ‘early makers‘ through the peer learning methodology and technology of We Are Peers. The format is a giant hackathon on sport tech and other interests on mid-September 2019. Following up this event, we will enable students to do mutal teaching on employability skills on early October 2019.
MNO – peer program with senior executives – November 2019
I am also working with a customer in the field of insurance to enable directors from different locations in the world to co-produce actionable resources on what they will instigate within their organization regarding their new business strategy. Stay tuned.
How about your organization to propel peer learning?
What if your organization imagine small groups that walk through open spaces for a few intense hours of exchange. In the cafeteria, in the hall, everyone can discuss topics that concern them, identified and prepared beforehand. Each session is evaluated at the end by the peers according to criteria of learning, interactivity and quality of the documentation. The deliverables of these forums are transformed interactions, concrete proposals and action plans to positively change the organization and a new collective energy. — Diane Lenne
Discover more how to encourage and deploy peer learning within your organization to empower your people: wearepeers.com
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