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Learning at Work - Learning Uncovered 2022

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The Learning at Work Week 2022 theme is 'LEARNING UNCOVERED'. 

Understanding, empathy, trust, honesty….all important factors in developing motivation, loyalty, effective teamwork and improved performance.
But how do you start to really learn about others in the workplace so that you can uncover, recognise and support their needs, use people in the most appropriate roles and help them to challenge themselves in the future?  Many psychometric tests are available to raise awareness of individual differences. However, being aware of preferences is not enough. Awareness has to translate into behavioural change if relationships and results are to improve. In most cases, this requires active practice and reflection, individually or in groups. This is an approach to help uncover everyone’s hidden powers and talents, with activities that encourage colleagues from all parts and all levels of the organisation to connect, share and learn from each other. 

Free Activity Overview

This is an RSVP Design process designed to help learners to hear, see and value different preferences and then use specific activities to develop the associated workplace skills.
The activity uses the free resources described below to explore some responses to different ‘characters’, recognising how different learning and thinking preferences play out in the workplace.
Learners work with the four character sketches of people they may encounter in any working day. These characters are ‘extremes’ - almost stereotypical - in order to highlight specific areas of difference.
Each learner works with a copy of all four character descriptions and explores their own responses to them by answering a series of questions.
The group then shares these responses,  considering alternative reactions and exploring alternative scenarios.

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