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Leveraged Learning: How the Disruption of Education Helps Lifelong Learners, and Experts with Something to Teach
- Gesprochen von: David H. Lawrence XVII
- Spieldauer: 8 Std. und 4 Min.
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The road map to success as a knowledge worker, professional, and expert has changed.
Gone are the days when education was something that happened only at the start of your career. The name of today's game, both personally and professionally, is to be constantly learning: just enough, just in time, and never stopping. But where can knowledge workers, professionals, and lifelong learners go to find the training and education they need to stay current and thrive?
It's no secret that universities and colleges are struggling to keep pace and stay current. Often out of touch, exorbitantly overpriced, and slowed by unwieldy infrastructures, bureaucracies, and tenure, these institutions are fundamentally designed to deliver a mode of education that still serves an important purpose but leaves many of our individual and collective needs for learning and growth sorely unmet.
This crisis is an opportunity for the experts and professionals who possess the knowledge and skills that are so sorely needed by so many. The solution is to package their expertise into leveraged learning programs that create transformation for the lifelong learners who need them and profit for the experts who create them.
Danny Iny, a successful educator entrepreneur, has been leading the charge on this growing movement. And in Leveraged Learning he lays out the guidebook for navigating and thriving in this new world - both as a lifelong learner and as an expert with something to teach.
As a lifelong learner, you'll gain the skills and acquire the tools that you need to grow and thrive:
- How education has changed and the implications for knowledge workers and professionals.
- Why the education system is failing you and what alternatives to consider.
- How to hack your patterns of behavior to support and accelerate your learning.
- The two layers of learning that you must stack together to achieve mastery.