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Jim Kouzes: Feedback, Learning, Performance, Improvement ...

Jim Kouzes: Feedback, Learning, Performance, Improvement ... | Always Moving Forward | Scoop.it
Feedback is at the center of any learning process. Without feedback there is no learning. Thoughtfully studying feedback on your performance is the only way for you to know whether you're getting close to your goal and ...
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Feedback is a vital part of performance improvement.  Equally important is an honest assessment of what the individual does that really makes a difference.  We crave importance.  Giving an honest compliment to an employee can be more cherished than a monetary reward.

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Team Building and Learning – How to make changes | Performance ...

Team Building and Learning – How to make changes | Performance ... | Always Moving Forward | Scoop.it
Most people in most organizations are not observed to actually apply things they learned into workplace performance change and improvement. This is a pretty common problem with classroom training — people KNOW how ...
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Making lasting changes is always difficult.  The more interactive the process, the more likely we are to want to improve.

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Flow Doesn't Maximize Improvement « Scott H Young

Flow Doesn't Maximize Improvement « Scott H Young | Always Moving Forward | Scoop.it
Another hint to the nonoptimality of flow for learning is in Dr. Ericsson's own distinction between practice and work. Work is the performance of your skill to useful ends—a violinist concerto or a basketball game.
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As Scott points out, flow is overrated.  Most improvement comes from the less flashy moments when learning is difficult.  Still, there is nothing like being in "the flow," when time literally stands still.

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