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8. Lernfähigkeit bzw. Offenheit für neue Ideen und Feedback

Author : Franziska Frank

Published in: Mit Demut zum Erfolg

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Zusammenfassung

Lernfähigkeit setzt voraus, gewisse Defizite bei sich nicht zu akzeptieren, sondern bereit zu sein, sich unbequemen Lernerfahrungen auszusetzen. Wichtig ist zu verstehen, dass das meiste lernbar ist, dass Fehler eine große Hilfe sein können und dass es grundsätzlich auf den eigenen Mindset ankommt. Achtsamkeitsübungen helfen dabei, das eigene Gehirn fürs Lernen zu öffnen und den Fokus darauf zu legen, eine Kultur des Lernens im eigenen Team oder im Unternehmen zu schaffen.
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Metadata
Title
Lernfähigkeit bzw. Offenheit für neue Ideen und Feedback
Author
Franziska Frank
Copyright Year
2021
Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-62254-4_8

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