The Difference in Learning Between Knowing and Doing

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The Difference in Learning Between Knowing and Doing
Andy Radka, Director, United Kingdom, SIG Leader
When it comes to learning, there is a world of difference between knowing and doing. Many learning programmes leave participants 'knowing' lots about leadership or team working (for example), but do not deliver on 'doing'.
This can be understood very well in the context of Action Learning where without doing there is little or no real learning.
 

   

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