I talk with David Hoff, COO and executive vice president at EASI Consult and author of Learning Agility: The Key to Leader Potential, about what learning agility is a why it matters. David discusses several factors that contribute to learning agility and explains why learning "agility" is not the same as learning "ability." Where learning ability is about intelligence, learning agility is about adapting to knew situations and being able to figure out how to function and get things done. Agile learners are able to easily paradigms and see problems from various perspectives; are able to take constructive criticism and use it to improve their performance; and are willing to take interpersonal risks.
May 3, 2018