Raise Your Game: A New Way Of Learning

Jul 06, 2010 1 Min Read
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Roshan Thiran and Ang Hui Ming talk about how we should change our traditional ideas of learning, so that we can learn better and faster.

Part 1

The forms of learning include:

  1. by listening (effectiveness level: 10%)
  2. by seeing (effectiveness level: 20%)
  3. by doing (effectiveness level: 70%)

There are two ways in which you can learn by doing, which are learning by teaching and learning by actually doing it (through failures).

Part 2

Once, Leaderonomics organised a programme where it invited a number of orphans and gave them the opportunity to interact with CEOs and develop and understanding towards business as well as leadership.

 

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