Please APA 7th edition. PAPASTEPHANOU, M. (2010). Aristotle, the Action Research
Please APA 7th edition.
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You will need to access additional resources to address the following questions about single- and double-loop learning in 500-600 words respond to the following:
Define self as an instrument for change.
What behaviors will you need to employ to bring this principle to life during your organization’s project? Why?
Why is self as an instrument for change such an important part of the work?
How do single- and double-loop learning connect to action research? Why is this important, or is it not important?