Studies have shown that the most effective managers learn by following the 70:20:10 model:
• 70% of learnings come from on-the-job experiences
• 20% of learnings come from constructive peer interaction
• 10 % of learnings come from traditional training courses and reading
Effective managers learn by actively experiencing and figuring out concepts themselves and that's what makes experiential learning so effective.
Experiential learning places teams in real-world decision-making experiences that tests employees’ abilities to make strategic decisions and respond to challenges that leaders commonly face. It builds both soft and hard skills and furthermore, creates a competitive and thoroughly enjoyable learning environment.
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