Reinforcing learning


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Reinforcing learning

  1. 1. Brain Teaser: What do you see
  2. 2. Core Beliefs: Approaches to learning• Learning is a process, not an event• Learning should address impact• Learning occurs through individual insight• Work learning is life learning• Multiple-methods to meet multiple- needs
  3. 3. Learning methods• Discovery learning- Bring the learner to the knowledge not the knowledge to the learner• Behavioural feedback and modeling- Honest and reliable feedback• Experiential learning• Stories• Application-based learning• Coaching• Learning transfer technology: Stop; Maintain and initiate
  4. 4. Visible Challenges Poor Attendance Low Productivity Low Productivity Alcoholism/Drug Abuse Disorganization Own Agenda Poor Quality Negligence Avoidable Accidents Anger/Bitterness Stealing Personal Problems Resistance Restlessness Covetousness Tardiness Distraction Rejection Inconsistency Inconsistency Self-indulgence Deception Carelessness UnreliabilityRoot Causes
  5. 5. Inside-out and outside-in Learning• Outside-in: Information and knowledge are imparted from outside of you• Inside –out: Development begins by recognising that learners have existing knowledge and cognitive frameworks
  6. 6. Inside-out and outside-in Learning Outside-in learning Inside-out learningPros Controllable Fosters insight Efficient Engagement Predictable PersonalisationCons Inflexible Unpredictable Tell-oriented Takes time PredictableValue Know it Live it
  7. 7. We are picture-oriented• If our picture of current reality is brighter and clearer than our picture of the goal we will stick with current reality.
  8. 8. Learn Apply Teach others: You learnLAT by teaching othersapproachFocus Knowledge Information Insight Understanding Discrete skill Versatility ReflectionDelivery Extended; many Compact: days or Tied to job/careerTimeframe years weeks timeframe; usually monthsOutcomes Broad knowledge Specific learning Performance outcomes expansion outcomes Competency development Behaviour changeProcess Open-ended Event Sequence of activities to afocus exploration specific development planBenefits Career options Improved action Improved job performance Immediately Observable over time observablePurpose YOU GROWTH MULTIPLICATION
  9. 9. Reinforcing Learning through value added coaching 100% remember 50 30 mins. 10 mins 5 mins revision revision revision without revision 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Days after conference learning Typical graph of forgetting
  10. 10. 100 Typical graph of forgetting. 70 55 50 40% 30 20 15 10 0 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
  11. 11. How do people learn?…. 100 95 80 70 50 50% 30 20 10 0 Read Hear See Hear & See Discuss Experience Teach Source: Mario Denton
  12. 12. Before we repurpose a business we must repurpose the leader Source: Brett Johnson
  13. 13. BALANCING YOUR ENERGY Hi Burnout Peak Exhausted PerformanceChallenge Recharge Distress Time Boredom Lo Hi Energy
  14. 14. EMPOWERMENT Hi High Comfort Performance Zone ZoneSupport Apathy Burnout Zone Zone Lo Hi Challenge
  16. 16. DISCOVER Inquire What gives live? Appreciating DELIVER DREAM Implement ImagineWhat will be? What might be?Implementing Envisionaryand sustaining DESIGN Innovate What should be? Dialogue and co- creating
  17. 17. Heartbeat©
  18. 18. Stages in your approach towards significance GrowthHIGH Maintenance FULFILLMENT Achievement Trial Decline Exploration Stagnation Time
  19. 19. Closing comments “You are unique and different. You are a loved and valuable person. God has a wonderful plan of Character significance for your life. You can live a life full of abundance and significance if you trust in Him. He will give you the desires of your heart.” Mario and Mariene
  20. 20. Make a difference wherever you go?Be significant – stand out. Mario Denton