Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Exploring the Many Faces of Learning Agility

When it comes to learning agility, one size does not fit all. In fact, recent research conducted by Lominger International has revealed that there are seven frequently occuring profiles amongst high learning agile people, each with its own unique mix of strengths and development needs.

Which profile a high potential fits the closest with has implications for determining what settings that individual's strengths can be most effectively put to work in and what situations can provide the best opportunities for development. Now organizations can make more precise decisions about deploying and developing their learning agile talent and can learn to view high potentials through a more differentiated lens.

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I look forward to a dialogue with followers of this blog regarding the many faces of learning agility and their implications for managing talent strategically and effectively.

1 comment:

  1. Three cheers for learning diversity! I'm tutoring someone in English as a Second Language right now, and I've learned (for instance) that she learns faster when I use visual representations of items than when I use written words. My friend learns best by hearing rather than by reading. I know these don't exactly correlate with your seven profiles, but I use them as examples of the reality that there are different learning styles. I'm glad companies like yours recognize this.