Learning has been an activity I pursue relentlessly ever since I started my own business. It has proved to serve me well not only in business, but also being recognised as a Mentor of Future Talents.
I firmly believe in keeping my mind sharp as I guide business leaders and clients in creating the business culture that lead their companies to greatness.
The last 8 months, I have not only learned, but also shared consistently on LinkedIn to value create for my network.
Here are a recap of the three categories of topics on learning.
1. Everyone of us learn differently. In these three posts, I share how I learn.
· Sharpen the Saw: As a SkillsFuture Fellowship Awardee, I lead by example through lifelong learning.
· Learning: Beyond just reading books.
· Mentors: Getting a mentor is probably the best investment for me.
2. Here are my three key learnings from sharing more consistently on LinkedIn.
· Learning #1: It’s not about you; focus on the audience instead.
· Learning #2: You do not need inspiration to post often. You need more than inspiration.
· Learning #3: No work, even if it’s something you’re passionate about is 100% fun.
3. Learning through experience is probably the most valuable.
· Misunderstood: I learned there is no need to be understood all the time.
· Think differently: How you can learn to change your perspectives.
· Magical words: How this company learned these magical words to transform their culture.
How has learning helped transformed the way you lead your organisation?
The first step in transforming the culture of your business is by learning. Learning must go beyond reading, which is largely at the cognitive level. It also involves training which can help change the way your team perform. Even more effective would be to provide coaching or mentoring because this is where it helps in supporting contributory behaviours.
We can further reinforce your team’s learning through our consultancy on Systems and Processes. Contact us to find out more.