Below you will find Jill Archer's maps from the second day of our Adult Learning Innovation Institute on Learning Agility (April 24, 2014). On this day we focused on helping others become more learning agile and participated in a Design Thinking exercise to generate new strategies for our learners.

Please feel free to download this maps and post your comments with any additional ideas and insights.

 

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Thanks for a great learning experience. I don't have a twitter account nor am I on Facebook, I do have a Linked-In so I am not totally non-social.

BTW, Jill's artwork is great

Thanks and chat with you soon

Jim Coates

One of the biggest take aways for me has been the role of empathy in learning agility.  I thought I understood my participants very well, but having other people ask questions of me really required me to dig more deeply and think about the challenges facing them.  I have been thinking about asking my trainers to participate in a similar exercise during their training as a way to prepare themselves for the diversity they will encounter in their rooms.  It can be so easy to make assumptions about why people aren't talking or participating, but if you make an effort to understand all the implications, it can make you a stronger trainer.  

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