|Volume: III Number: 12||Productive Learning Systems, Altanta, GA||December, 2004|
Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Productive New Year! This month's article on communicating your goals for better outcome achievement should be a must read!
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The Brain Teaser: The Birds - this one is so easy!!!
Year End Poll: "Resolutions" see what others say about this year end ritual.
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short sessions, or longer training programs, I
most often get responses from people of how long
a true Socratic session can take “back in the
real world.” Even though they comment on the
insights and differences they have gained in
using a structured approach, people will often
complain about the amount of time they perceive
as needed to thoroughly think through a problem
situation. Whether or not you have been through
my training sessions, here is the best way to
ensure you think deeply and broadly enough about
a situation or problem and not fall into
paralysis of analysis.
In 1978 I was in graduate school when I read the groundbreaking book by Lynn Schroeder and Sheila Ostrander, Superlearning: Secrets Behind the Iron Curtain outlining e methods and procedures that the soviet bloc was using to rapidly create the intellectual capital it needed to compete with the US and its’ allies. Fascinated and hooked, I experimented with some of the methods ever since in my training programs and include them in many of my live trainings today. Now you can learn these proven techniques to use for your own learning.
New research shows that if you help employees learn more about themselves while they are on the job, you'll gain more of their loyalty. So, the savvy manager tries to help employees become better people, as well as better employees. Here's a few quick tips to get you going:
Do you find yourself having to re-read a paragraph you just read? Do you have trouble remembering what you read just yesterday? Here are some easy exercises you can do to put a stop to this time wasting endeavor of information overload.
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