Learning in Stages: Learning to Do Things Well, Do Things Better and Do Better Things (Paperback)Tom Boydell (author)
Paperback 160 Pages / Published: 01/01/2021
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In many organizations, including government, there is a tendency to adopt a very narrow view of learning and to identify a sizeable proportion of the population as non-learners. This is patently inaccurate, we are all learning at all stages in our lives. Tom Boydell's Learning in Stages was written to counteract this limited view of learning, and to overcome any doubts each of us has about being a brilliant learner. The text introduces several simple but significant models about how we learn and includes a number of diagnostic processes, check-lists, reflection questions, activities, practical hints, and questionnaires, which you can use to reflect on your own learning abilities and possible priorities for your development. Although written in a form that invites you to think about yourself, you could easily modify them, give them to other people to give you feedback, or use them as the basis for designing activities for training or developing others. Increasing your capacity to learn is an essential skill for individuals struggling to come to terms with social and technical change. And for organizations, their success in mobilizing their employees to learn provides a winning strategy for securing competitive advantage; increasing employee involvement and contribution; and ensuring resilience in the face of commercial challenges.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm
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