How can we learn to learn?

Several articles on the internet claim that Learnability is one of the most desirable traits in the modern workplace. With technology morphing every imaginable industry, an employee’s ability to learn, unlearn and relearn critical skills can determine how fast she grows on the job. But when, where and how does learning occur?

Neuroscientists, biologists, and psychologists have explored the topic extensively, and continue to identify parts of the brain that influence learning. While individual brain development and learning history may influence one’s learning ability, there are a few commonalities regarding how we learn.

1. Past Experiences:

An organizational culture that supports reasonable risk-taking has been identified as a key feature of innovation-led companies. But when teams are focused on achieving results quickly, individuals find it difficult to take the necessary risks to innovate and learn. Moreover, if employees are penalized for outcomes beyond their control, they are more likely to become discouraged and less likely to make suggestions or run experiments.

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