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  • 70/20/10 Learning Model

      Aliases: 70 20 10,
    • 10% formal instruction: This portion of the learning strategy involves investing in structured educational experiences that focus on specific skills, like workshops, courses, and training modules.
    • 20% social learning: This is the learning that happens when we’re exposed to others—for example, through interactions with mentors, coaches, or peers. To harness the power of this 20%, you might set up a mentorship program or a peer-to-peer education program to help employees learn from their colleagues. Regular team-building activities can also foster a culture of continuous learning and help improve skills.
    • 70% learning in the flow of work: This involves learning on the job through real-life experiences and tasks. For example, employees can improve their problem-solving skills by working on complex projects, or their communication skills by preparing to deliver a presentation. Regular feedback sessions can also help employees reflect on their performance and what they’ve learned, as well as identify areas for improvement.

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