Today I share a blog written in response to my blog asking if you were a student or a learner. Dave Hoff, co-author of Learning Agility: The Key to Leadership Potential and COO/EVP of EASI Consult.
Here’s a sneak peek at Dave Hoff’s blog:
My colleague Kris’ last blog posed the question, “Are you a student or a learner?” From my perspective, the answer could lie with your development of learning agility.
One of the specialties of my consulting firm is learning agility. We define learning agility as finding yourself in a situation that you have never been in before and don’t know what to do but then you figure it out. Regarding learner versus student, I’d say that learning agility is probably more characteristic of a learner than it is of a student.
I want to step back, though, and first describe some aspects of learning agility, partially within the context of Kris’ earlier blog.
Keep reading to learn more!