Tag Archives: Learning

The Angels’ Share of Learning

A romantic perspective on the ROI of learning  I happened during one week. On Monday my two sons and me watched our favourite TV show ‘How it’s made’. The episode was about making whisky. We learnt about ingredients, the brewing … Continue reading

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A Garden Metaphor for Leadership Development

Once upon a time there were three brothers who inherited a nice piece of land. Although they were different personalities with different approaches to life, they got along well. They decided to clear the land and split it up into … Continue reading

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Psychology for New Year’s Resolutions…..and beyond

Many people make plans to change or improve something around New Year and discover how hard it is to sustain the initiative. So let’s take a look if and how psychology might be helpful to manage our New Year’s Resolutions. … Continue reading

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Wrestling with the CoZoLo of Learning: No pain no gain?

I must admit it. I have been struggling for a while now with CoZoLo. But I’m lucky to have social media available these days. I can simply share my concerns and assistance is always available 24/7 from every conceivable corner … Continue reading

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Juggling with Formal and Informal Learning: the 70:20:10 approach unmasked?

When I visited Las Vegas in 2010 I went to the Luxor to watch Criss Angel’s ‘Mindfreak’ show with my family. This unique illusionist – with his punk-like appearance – cleverly tripped us up. After the performance you can see how the … Continue reading

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