Cultivating a Passion for Learning in Yourself and Others

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  • 6 videos | 18m 53s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
  • Certification CPE
  • Certification PMI PDU
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Having a passion for learning and developing talent helps you stay engaged, motivated, and driven. New challenges require new ideas, new solutions, and new skills and knowledge. And this requires continuous learning and self-development. Being a passionate learner is crucial to staying motivated, engaged, and up to date. Therefore, organizations need to invest in developing employees. In this course, you'll learn about the characteristics of passionate learners. And you'll explore how to help develop a passion for learning in yourself and others.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Identify the key benefits of having a passion for learning
    Recognize the common characteristics of lifelong learners
    Recognize how key elements of adult learning theory can maximize learning effectiveness
  • Identify best practices for effective lifelong learning
    Recognize techniques for fostering a passion for learning in others

IN THIS COURSE

  • 42s
    In this course, you'll learn about the characteristics and significant personal and professional benefits of passionate learners. You'll also learn how to develop a passion for learning in yourself and others. FREE ACCESS
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    Continuing education is paramount to surviving and prospering in the 21st century knowledge and information era. In this video, you'll discover the benefits of developing and cultivating a passion for continued learning. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Traits of Lifelong Learners
    3m 19s
    What are you passionate about? Maybe you like to inspire others or pride yourself on being fluent in more than one language. Perhaps you find mentoring particularly meaningful or you enjoy training others. Whatever your passion, you most likely possess some common characteristics that all lifelong learners exhibit. In this video, you will learn the common characteristics of lifelong learners. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  The Needs of Adult Learners
    3m 53s
    Adult learning should be self directed and available on demand. You should be able to decide for yourself what you want to learn and when to learn it. Autonomous learning provides you with opportunities to contribute, make suggestions and take on responsibilities and leadership. In this video, you will learn the key elements of adult learning theory that can help maximize the effectiveness of your learning. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Turning Passion into Lifelong Learning
    4m 29s
    Lifelong learning requires passion. Educator and psychologist, Raymond J Wlodkowski suggests that a motivation to learn is an inborn capacity. People can literally learn to be interested in math, fascinated by science, and intrigued with art. People with a passion to learn have the potential for discovery, opportunity, and greater contribution. In this video, you will discover best practices for turning passion into lifelong learning. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Sharing Your Passion for Learning
    3m 13s
    When you’re passionate about learning, you inspire and encourage those around you. Not everyone, to be sure, but imagine the impact on your organization if it’s filled with lifelong learners intent on professional development. In this video, you will learn techniques for fostering a passion for learning in others. FREE ACCESS

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