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Learning From Experience – #MTtalk Roundup

“People never learn anything by being told, they have to find out for themselves.” ― Paulo Coelho, Brazilian novelist In last Friday...

Become a Learning Dynamo and Forget Failure

How can today’s organizations keep up with the pace of change? For Bradley R. Staats, the answer is easy: we all need to keep learning...

Lively Debate Focuses on Learning Styles

You are not learning anything by reading this so I suggest that you stop right now. It’s OK, I’m just joking. But I’m not...

#MTtalk: How Do You Like to Learn?

I could drive a car by the age of 13. Of course my mother didn’t know, until the day that she wanted to teach me to drive. When I got ...

Take Your Team’s Learning to the Top Level

“Learning is an experience. Everything else is just information.” – Albert Einstein. Have you ever had to show your team membe...

Think Carefully About Immediate Action!

I recently completed a self-assessment questionnaire, to discover what kind of learning best suited me. The assessment was based on a model...

Learning: What’s Your Style?

What’s your reaction when your manager tells you that you’re going to be doing some training? Do you jump for joy, and think abo...

Are Learning Styles Going Out of Style?

How do you learn more quickly and thoroughly? Some say they learn best through hearing and speaking about new concepts. Others prefer visual...