What is Mastery? Let's define it!

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How ready is your team to transform training to a system of mastery to stay competitive in the knowledge economy? The new standard for learning & development teams is to build for mastery. But what is mastery? This quick presentation will take you through an evidence-based definition, with examples for the workplace. Next, we present 3 BIG implications for learning & development teams. How ready is your team to transform training to a system of mastery to stay competitive in the knowledge economy?

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What is Mastery? Let's define it!

  1. 1. What is Mastery? The new standard for learning & development! Sparking learning into expertise
  2. 2. Let’s start by defining ‘mastery’…
  3. 3. Mastery is a continuum Novice Initiate Apprentice Journeyman Expert Master Hoffman, 1998
  4. 4. Mastery is a continuum Novice Initiate Apprentice Journeyman Expert Master Hoffman, 1998
  5. 5. Mastery in the workplace Minimal exposure to professional practice Novice Initiate Examples for Novice: 1. Learner interested in domain 2. New hire with no previous experience Apprentice Journeyman Expert Master
  6. 6. Mastery in the workplace Undergoing initial instruction in the field or domain Novice Initiate Apprentice Examples for Initiate: 1. New student in formal program of training 2. New hire who is undergoing initial training Journeyman Expert Master
  7. 7. Mastery in the workplace Has basic training & now learning from experts Novice Initiate Apprentice Examples: Co-op student Intern Apprentice Clinical practicum Journeyman Expert Master
  8. 8. Mastery in the workplace Experienced, reliable worker; competent Novice Initiate Apprentice Journeyman Examples: 1. Employee with experience 2. Mid-career professional Expert Master
  9. 9. Mastery in the workplace Accurate judgment; Efficient performance; Adapt to rare or new contexts in domain Novice Initiate Apprentice Journeyman Expert Master Examples for Expert: 1. Senior professional with multiple awards 2. “The” go-to person in organization to solve difficult domain-based problems
  10. 10. Mastery in the workplace Elite expert who sets regulations, standards or ideals for the profession or domain Novice Initiate Apprentice Journeyman Expert Master Examples for Master: 1. “The” go-to person even the experts go to when they have questions 2. Qualified teacher to novices, apprentices, etc.
  11. 11. Implication #1 for Training & Development Not all employees come to training events with same level of knowledge and skills
  12. 12. Implication #2 for Training & Development Training sessions Employees need opportunities to practice On the job practice Share & learn from peers
  13. 13. Implication #3 for Training & Development  Competency A Matched to  Competency B  Competency C Training needs to align with measures of competency
  14. 14. Does your training & development… Appreciate not all learners start at the same point? Allow learners the extent of practice they need? Measure competency? Pinpoint where learning decisions happen? does!
  15. 15. Find out how easy it is to build training into mastery Contact Us info@sparkworks.co Sparking learning into expertise

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