Connecting the old with the new
Every day we learn new things. The good news is that we don't have to from scratch each time we learn something new. Your brain already holds a wealth of knowledge, and the act of recalling that knowledge has been proven to enhance learning and strengthen both old and new information.
Relearning leverages the power of existing knowledge to help us understand what we're learning and bridge the gap between traditional practices and current trends, leading to more efficient and effective learning and growth. Over the past decade, and especially in recent years, we've been implementing and embracing many changes requiring a significant amount of unlearning and relearning. Think of all the familiar concepts we've had to rethink, reimagine and relearn including leadership and how we live and work.
So what other things can we challenge ourselves to reimagine and relearn as we move forward into the future?