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Webinar: 29 September 2021 / 16:00 – 17:00 uur
Continuous advancing multiple technologies are going to change how we live, how we work and who works. New knowledge will be created faster and faster and it shelf- life will be short. That means that we will need to continuously learn – unlearn and relearn at the speed of change. That is Hyper-Learning.
We will have meaningful work in the Digital Age if we can add value in ways that the smart technology can’t do well. For most people attending this Event, that means we will have to excel at Thinking Excellence and Emotional Excellence. Thinking Excellence includes higher order critical thinking; creative, imaginative, and innovative thinking; sensemaking; emergent thinking; exploring the unknown and figuring it out; and making moral judgments. Emotional Excellence is being able to consistently emotionally connect & relate with other human beings in positive emotional ways.
To excel at those tasks will require us to overcome our “wiring” – our engrained reflexive ways of being. The Science of Adult Learning is clear: we are suboptimal learners. We are speedy efficient thinkers “wired” to seek confirmation of what we believe; affirmation of our egos; and cohesiveness of our stories about how our world works. We see what we believe. And you can add to that the two biggest inhibitors to adult learning- our ego and our fears. Our challenge will be to “re-wire” ourselves.
The 5 Steps of the Hyper-Learning Journey
The organizational Journey to Hyper-Learning involves a “New Way of Working” based on psychological principles and an enabling culture that optimizes the creation of “Caring Trusting Teams”, “Collective Intelligence”, having “High-Quality Making-Meaning Conversations” and “Collective Flow”.
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Het bericht Webinar: Hyper-Learning: How to Adapt to the Speed of Change verscheen eerst op Next Learning 2021.
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