Change is a constant in everyday life, both in personal life and at the workplace. Therefore, the importance of learning agility or learning flexibility cannot be denied. After all, our ability to adapt to change largely determines how successful we are.
- 5 Dimensions of Learning Agility
- Fixed vs. Growth Mindset
- 4 Types of Resilience
With constant change, both in personal life and at the workplace, optimization, expansions, reorganizations and
restructuring are a reoccurring factor in any business.
The "learning agility" or "learning flexibility" of your staff is critical because, after all, our ability to adapt to change largely determines how successful we are - as an employer, as an employee and as a company.
Learning agility is an attitude and an attitude change is a long-term process. That is why we propose, in addition to the training, a piece of coaching around this growth mindset where the participants can individually engage in dialogue around concrete cases.
The 5 dimensions of learning agility:
Various topics can serve for your coaching or training:
- Difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset:
- Positioning learning agility relative to a growth minset
- How to act (more) from this mindset?
- Trial and learn instead of trial and error
- Make concrete action items for yourself and your team
- Resilience is defined as the ability to adapt to stress and adversity and perhaps come out of it even stronger. It’s not just about "bouncing back" to the original position, but also about the ability to grow through. Part of this session we will spend on "how to sustainably monitor my own resilience and that of others."
- This section gives you insight into:
- 4 types of resilience:
- Physical resilience: your body's ability to resist stress & heal itself.
- Mental resilience: motivation, focus & willpower (needed to achieve goals)
- Emotional resilience: the ability to activate positive emotions on demand
- Social resilience: the ability to seek support from friends, family, neighbors & colleagues
- Characteristics of a resilient person:
- Resilient individuals possess personal effectiveness, that is, they believe in their ability to perform a particular behavior successfully
- They accept facts, situations and events that they cannot change; they accept how people are.
- Above all, they are solution-oriented, possess the ability to improvise and do not look back.
- They draw lessons from experience and look for new effective actions.
- They communicate effectively, ask questions, connect easily with others who can help them gain new energy and seek solutions.
- How to recognize & (re)know this
- How to sustainably monitor my own and others' resilience
- 4 types of resilience:
- Offline, Online or a combination of both (Blended)
- Personal coaching
- Inspirational sessions
- (Blended) Training Program
The insights, methodologies and exercises above can be offered to you in the following forms: