Mar 2, 2017
In today's episode, Pilar and Lisette share some of the ways in
which they learn about themselves, their work and their
Online Learning does not mean watching videos!
What do we mean by "learning"? Kolb's cycle.
A lot of our learning is experiential.
Experience (concrete experience)
Reflect (reflective observation)
Theorise, generalise (abstract conceptualisation)
How could it work next time? Plan. (active experimentation)
From "How do I use the tool?" to "How do I approach you?"
Just in case (most formal learning) vs Just in Time (most informal learning)
(2) Informality Spectrum
Social aspect of learning - learning from others through their point of view; building empathy
From chatting over coffee to structured events.
(3) Specific examples of learning through Virtual TT
Trust - learning about topic but also about turning knowledge conversations into content. Formal - learn about trust; informal, learn about others, myself
Lean coffee and mentoring - formal / self-directed by your own
Informal/directed by others by observing, listening, empathy
Organise events - learn about the people and dynamics.
As we work with others, we adapt and learn about ourselves, about those we work with and the world around us.