7 Laws of Learning
When Thomas Carlisle wrote "knowledge is power," he couldn’t have known the damage that single statement would produce.
After 30 years in business, I never cease to be amazed at the low level of learning, discourse, and change that accompanies most learning experiences. Many leaders remain convinced that if information/knowledge is cleverly conveyed, it will produce an intended change in performance and productivity.
The fatal flaw in Carlisle’s argument lies in free will. T...
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