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10 Need for Learning Today’s world is an era of knowledge where human beings are valued greatly as high-value assets. Learning plays a pivotal role in the development of any individual. In today’s competitive world, it is crucial that organizations should build and sustain competencies that would provide them with a competitive advantage over its competitors. In organizations that are continually growing and evolving, training and learning programs help employees to provide the much needed response to changing environment.

11 On-Job Learning Avenues Job Instruction Training Vestibule Training Training by Supervisors Coaching on the Job Coaching through Simulations Apprenticeship Job Rotation At your workplace, you will find many learning opportunities. The following are some of the on-job learning avenues:

12 It is very important as a learner to understand the various learning styles that are used by individuals to learn. Learning styles have a major influence on the way an individual learns. Your preferred learning style guides the manner in which you internally represent experiences, manner in which you recall information and the words you choose. Learning Styles and their Importance

13 Visual (Spatial) Aural (Auditory-Musical) Verbal (Linguistic) Physical (Kinaesthetic) Logical (Mathematical) Visual (Spatial) Social (Interpersonal) Solitary (Intrapersonal) Visual (Spatial): Such learners prefer using pictures, images, and spatial understanding. The visual sense is managed by the occipital lobes at the back of the brain. Spatial orientation is managed by both the occipital and parietal lobes. Visual (Spatial)

14 Real Life Example Hello! I am Chan. I enjoy learning through working practically on things such as building things and experimenting by using my hands and sense of touch. So, what is Chan’s ‘Learning Style’?

15 Role of Will Power in Learning

16 Role of Concentration in Learning

17 Techniques of Improving Memory When you study and learn, you are making use of your ‘Short-term’ or ‘Working Memory’. Research Studies have found that capacity of the short-term or working memory may be increased by ‘chunking’. For example: To remember a set of letters such as follows: G-C-J-U-X-B-D-J-B-J-C-O You could improve the short-term memory retention of the above letters by chunking it into four chunks as follows: GCJUXB DJB JCO

18 Exercising Daily A research study by various experts has found that ‘exercising your body’ helps to a great extent in enhancing your brain functions. This is due to the fact that physical exercise increases the level of Brain-derived Neurotropic Factor (BDNF) in your body.

19 Steps to Self-Discipline Yourself Step 7: Live in the Present 7

20 Role of Routine in Learning It is crucial that you learn to create practical regimes for learning as it is of prime essence for gaining success in the learning process Effective routines help you to learn better, meet set learning goals on time and minimize stress. Creating a Routine means scheduling time effectively so that the right time is allocated to the right learning activity.

21 What to Do When You Get Stuck There are various strategies that you can use to try to get out of learning situations where you may have got stuck. Remember that there is no way to avoid getting stuck. It is something you have to overcome and get out of yourself. Some of the ways to get out of a stale learning situation are: Use a daily schedule and weekly diary Prioritize and set achievable targets Revise targets Acknowledge progress

22 This is a DEMO Course On – Learning to Learn. Join MSG Premium Membership and Get Access to Unlimited Courses for Lifetime. What Do you Get: 1.View All Courses Online. 2.Download Powerpoint Presentation for Each Course. 3.Do the Knowledge Checks for Each Course. This is a DEMO Course On – Learning to Learn. Join MSG Premium Membership and Get Access to Unlimited Courses for Lifetime. What Do you Get: 1.View All Courses Online. 2.Download Powerpoint Presentation for Each Course. 3.Do the Knowledge Checks for Each Course. ManagementStudyGuide.com


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