“Learning new skills depends on creating good habits. The problem is that we live and work in environments that are results-oriented. Why is that a problem? Because when we don’t see immediate results, it can be challenging to develop the right habits. Yet at the same time, we know that simple adjustments in our daily routines, such as adhering to a daily gym schedule or religiously reading the news each morning, promote better self-discipline and therefore also contribute to improved, overall working habits. Indeed, if you can get 1% better each day for one year, you’ll end up thirty-seven times better by the time you’re done. In other words, people who possess positive habits and qualities can excel and grow to be highly successful.”
In The Three Most Important Habits of Continuous Learners (TLNT, 13 July 2020) Denise Broady explains how to encourage continuous learning among your employees:
- Staying curious
- Asking questions
- Being open to feedback
How might you encourage these 3 important habits of continuous learning amongst your employees? How might you work with individuals and their managers to do so?
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