April 12, 2024

Learning transfer: The difficulty with creating new habits

Here is a question: Why is it so hard to form good habits and behaviours?

Usually, when we talk about learning transfer, our desired outcome is that after employees learn something they will utilise that learning to behave differently, not once, but many times. Doing something a significant number of times means we enter the realm of habits.

So, let’s look at habits to help us understand how they can both help and hinder us in our quest for learning transfer.

You find the answers here

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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