10 The Case for Learning at Work

Six reasons it pays to learn

The case for learning at work—in a nutshell

182 184 187

Part III STEADY As You Go: Putting learning into practice 188

11 Living and Learning 190

Putting learning into action 190

Change and the brain 192

Living and learning—in a nutshell 194

12 Reflectiveness 195

The science of reflecting 197

The craft of reflecting 198

Making reflection normal 203

Overcoming the barriers to reflecting 204

A reflective world 207

Reflectiveness—in a nutshell 209

13 Responsiveness 210

The feelings of change 212

Responding to change 215

Responsive learning 217

Responsiveness—in a nutshell 219

14 Balancing Your Life 220

A life balance quiz 223

Controlling stress 226

A different kind of life planning 233

Balancing your life—in a nutshell 240

15 Making Time for Learning 241

Making learning normal 241

Why you need a learning practitioner 243

Making a personal learning action plan 245

Making time for learning—in a nutshell 248

Part IV Useful Information 249

An A-Z of brain-based approaches to life and work 250

Troubleshooting 253

Resources 258

Index 261

How To Accomplish More In A Fraction Of The Time

How To Accomplish More In A Fraction Of The Time

The pace and intensity of our lives, both at work and at home, leave several of us feeling like a person riding a frantically galloping horse. Our day-to-day incessant busyness too much to do and not enough time; the pressure to produce and check off items on our to-do list by each day’s end seems to decide the direction and quality of our existence for us.

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