Top Qualities of the Empowered Learner and How to Identify Them

Seth Godin once said that “Learning is not done to you. It is something you choose to do”. And boy, was he right! We know that not all employees embrace training and development opportunities with open arms. In fact, for some employees, words like “workplace training” and “eLearning courses” can be downright fear-inspiring.

These learners could be concerned about the time pressure when having to juggle work and training. Or they might see training programs as a way to scrutinize their competence, rather than an opportunity for growth and development. And others are just scared of failing.

On the other hand, we’ve all come across the eager learner, you know, that person who just leaps at every training and development opportunity. Learners who not only consider how training can impact their careers at the time, but also recognize the potential lifetime value.

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