The Practice of Learning Teams - June 16


We invite you, and your team members, to a half-day workshop with the people who literally wrote the book on "The Practice of Learning Teams" on June 16, in Whanganui.


Join Brent Sutton, author and podcast host of "The Practice of Learning Teams", in this special event. As specialists in health and safety, human behaviour, organisational learning, and lean methodology, you will learn from the author and practitioner how to facilitate Learning Teams in your workplace.


By attending, you will have the knowledge to

  • Better understand your business challenges.

  • Be able to apply this methodology to improve health and safety, organisational improvement, and team engagement outcomes.

  • Understand how to use Learning Teams to identify value, non-valued and waste in your systems alongside your lean methodology.

  • Improve the robustness and resilience of your business systems with continuous improvement using Learning Teams.

  • Facilitate an engaged workforce that supports improvements in well-being.


When: Wednesday, June 16

Time: 1pm to 5pm.

Fee: $75 +gst (Includes the "Practice of Learning Teams" book, retail value of $75)

Location: Port Employment Precinct, Level 2, 28 Taupo Key, Whanganui (use Drews Avenue Entrance).


Register Here: Link to Eventbrite booking page


This workshop is brought to you by the Port Employment Precinct and Loaders Whanganui caring about local industry and a future for Whanganui that works.

For more information, contact Craig Garner – or 021 468355

Learning Teams is a system of meaningful worker engagement to support learning, improving communication and well-being.


Provide your organisation with an evidence-based feedback system to meet legislative requirements under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and a sustainable framework for continuous improvement.

Bring your workplace influencers along and learn together.

Register Here: Link to Eventbrite booking page


Learning Teams in practice will better inform organisational leadership, your workforce will be better engaged, and your organisation's culture will positively benefit, leading to efficiencies and improved productivity.