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JMReid Group Blog
At JMReid Group, we believe the learner is often behaving, acting and making decisions that are generally good. Therefore, our challenge is typically not to move from bad to good – but from good to great. To help leaders see what is possible, in both themselves and their organizations. We have partnered with Wise Advocate Enterprises, the leading thinkers on what it leaders can do to be more conscious of the decisions they are making, in order to have a transformational impact in this regard.
When my best friend and I met over 25 years ago, we actively disliked each other for over a month before an all-night talk changed our minds and led to a life time of love and support. You’d think such an experience would be enough to keep me from ever making a presumption or assumption about someone again, except that this is impossible.
A neuroscientist, a strategist and an executive coach walk into a conference. By the time they walk out, the next cutting-edge thinking in strategic leadership – the practice of the Wise Advocate – is taking root in their minds.
Self-assessments are a staple of the learning and development industry, but they should be approached with care when used as training tools.
I learned an invaluable lesson my second year at drama school that I find myself sharing with my corporate clients all the time. We can identify the vast middle ground on which we can adjust our behaviors to grow into the most effective versions of ourselves.
For years, bad instructional design has masqueraded as “learning” in classrooms around the world.Nothing proves this more than the existence of energizers—meaningless, often silly exercises facilitators run to get tired learners to “re-engage.”
Feedback is critical to growth. Here are a few tips to be sure you’re receiving the signals loud and clear.