Learn from Experience

Learning from experience is sometimes called “learning agility,” the rapid continuous learning that occurs based on experiences learners have. Based on a Center for Creative Leadership definition, it is a mindset and corresponding collection of practices that allow people to continually develop, grow, and utilize new strategies to equip themselves for increasingly complex problems.

It’s important because the volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world in which we live requires us to master our ability to adapt and learn. Accessing the benefits of learning from experience is viewed as critical for success as ...

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