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In times of change, leaders need to be more agile than ever. Adapting to new business strategies, working across cultures, dealing with virtual teams, and taking on new assignments all demand that leaders be flexible and agile.
To be a high performer and increase your long-term potential, you need a way to deal with the unknown — and fast. Fortunately, it’s never too soon (or too late) to increase your learning agility.
Learning agility is about knowing how to learn — knowing what to do when you don’t know what to do. It’s about learning from experience and applying it in new ways, adapting to new circumstances and opportunities.
Experience is vital to your success, but merely having an experience (such as a challenging new job or a stretch assignment) isn’t enough. Savvy learners know how to apply the essential lessons within each experience to future situations.
With improved learning agility, you can make the most out of your experiences. As you build the habits that help you figure things out as you go, you’ll improve how you navigate new and difficult situations and increase your contribution to your organization.
Ultimately, your ability to continuously learn and adapt will determine the extent to which you thrive in today’s turbulent times — and succeed in the future.
To become more learning agile, your leaders need to be able to practice these 4 steps for leading with agility:
Help your team adapt to new challenges at your organization by equipping them with learning agility skills. We can deliver our world-class, research-backed learning agility content to them — or you can.
We can equip your facilitators to deliver a workshop or internal training on leading with agility either online or in person, whichever you prefer:
Access everything your internal HR or team leaders need to upskill your people by holding a leadership workshop on this topic
Or, we can incorporate learning agility as part of a larger leadership development initiative for your organization:
Organizations who have partnered with us to upskill their people’s learning agility consistently tell us the same thing: their experience with CCL made a significant impact on their culture — and their bottom line.
But don’t just take our word for it — take theirs.
“We came upon the Learning Agility Workshop and thought it could be a great way to connect with our leaders and give them some very easy to use, applicable tools that they can apply right away on the job. We got raving reviews and a very, very positive response from the leaders. We’ve also since embedded the workshop into our core manager development program for senior leaders, so it will be a regular offering that we make available.”
Stacy A. Karbe
Director of Talent Management
Our experts are here to help. Let’s have a conversation about how to lead with agility at your organization and how our learning agility content could help support your development initiatives.
Learn how to identify high-potential talent and differentiate high potentials from high professionals. Also, discover how to develop learning agility in your organization’s leaders — and in yourself.
Adaptable leadership is a necessity in today’s ever-changing world. In this white paper, learn what defines adaptability and how to foster it.
Watch this webinar to learn how to identify high-potential talent, and how to develop learning agility in your organization’s leaders — and in yourself.
Package our research-backed learning agility content with other proven leadership development topics and solutions for a customized, scalable solution perfect for your organization’s unique needs, context, and culture. Related topics include: