Decision Making/Problem Solving
Navigating the Resources
- Read the information below about the trait to develop a greater understanding of your strength/opportunity.
- Consider the Stop, Start, Continue examples to create your own actionable change behaviors.
- Explore the trait more fully by taking advantage of the weblinks below.
Learning agility measures the extent to which you learn and comprehend new information. The vast majority of us must put in a significant amount of effort to make modest improvements and the resources below should provide you with a number of ways to make an effective impact.
Higher levels of learning agility indicate you can process verbal information, understand the relationships between numbers, and make reasonable judgments based on information.
Lower levels of learning agility indicate that you may struggle to comprehend the significance of complex numerical and/or verbal information.
Identify an opportunity area that you would like to change. Then, develop behaviors that you can Stop (unhelpful or limiting behaviors), Start (behaviors that you can begin now), and Continue (behaviors that you already do well) to improve in this area. Use the examples below to help create your own Stop, Start, and Continue behaviors.
|Fearing mistakes in your reasoning abilities.||Valuing mistakes as learning opportunities, asking for clarification, or admitting shortcomings to use this to your advantage to expand your reasoning.||
Taking initiative on tasks that challenge you.
|Taking on the brunt of the workload.||Seeking out co-workers as sounding boards or asking them for advice when you’re unsure of where to begin.||Working hard and volunteering for projects.|
|Engaging in simple-minded tasks and activities.||Seeking exposure to rich and diverse information to boost your skills.||Researching more about topics relevant to your work.|