Learning to make a difference

I am the founder of the Geneva Learning Foundation, a non-profit organization with the mission to connect learning leaders to research, invent, and trial breakthrough approaches for new learning, talent and leadership as a way of shaping humanity and society for the better.

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Motivation and connection for transformation at the heart of the Geneva Learning Foundation’s approach

Our approach based on intrinsic motivation, continuous learning and problem–solving leads to impact. Practical implementation with peer support accelerates progress to get results and document impact.  To learn […]

The Geneva Learning Foundation: Spanning the full spectrum of learning

We empower practitioners to tailor learning experiences that fit their own needs to drive change: Participants do not  stop work to learn, every step of the process […]

The Geneva Learning Foundation: Scale, reach, and sustainability

In its first years of operation, the Geneva Learning Foundation (TGLF) built digital infrastructure to foster and support several global networks and platforms connecting practitioners. […]

The Geneva Learning Foundation: Localizing programming and grounding policy

By defying distance to connect with each other, practitioners expand the realm of what they are able to know beyond their local boundaries.  Listening to these diverse […]

What is the Geneva Learning Foundation and what do we do?

What we do and how we do it have both changed rapidly in the last three years, since we launched the Impact Accelerator, the key […]

How we work

We achieve operational excellence to provide a high-quality, personalized and transformative learning experience for each learner – no matter how many are in the cohort. […]

Renaissance

For decades, learning has depended on a conventional model premised on the scarcity of available knowledge and an emphasis on establishing mechanisms to transmit that […]

What is the value of strategy in the middle of a global crisis?

A new global vision and strategy titled ‘Immunization Agenda 2030: A Global Strategy to Leave No One Behind (IA2030)’ was endorsed by the World Health […]

Now is not everything

“Everything is now. Knowledge flows in real time. Global conversations are no longer restricted by physical space. The world has become immediate.” – George Siemens in […]

What lies beyond the event horizon of the ‘webinar’?

It is very hard to convey to learners and newcomers to digital learning alike that asynchronous modes of learning are proven to be far more […]

On learning, leadership, and impact: a new kind of dialogue to tackle the challenges that threaten our societies

The Geneva Learning Foundation’s new Dialogue is an invitation-only global conversation exploring learning, leadership, and impact. Our aim is to explore new ways to connect […]

Disseminating rapid learning about COVID-19 vaccine introduction

In July 2019, barely six months before the pandemic, we worked with alumni of The Geneva Learning Foundation’s immunization programme to build the Impact Accelerator […]

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