To Learn

Fathom Your Learning Principles to Become a Better Leader
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Do you teach? Do you manage? Do you inspire? Do you sell? If the answer is yes to any of these or similar duties, then at least part of your job description or self-chosen pathway will likely include encouraging learning by your students, workers, followers, customers. This book can serve as a resource guide, providing you insight into the processes and barriers involved when those in your charge attempt to improve their understanding. This in turn can provide you with tools for improving your own learning, the key to growth and improvement in your relationships with those you have come to guide. Not only will you gain empathy for those you lead, you will also become a better learner.

Is there an answer to the question, "Why are we here?" We think so. Our answer is, "To learn." It is what we do, likely beginning in the womb. We never break the habit until death, or, perhaps death occurs when we break the habit. To Learn aims multiple lenses at learning, each returning an image (a partial representation/ reflection) of the complex human endeavor that represents our reason for being here.
Autor: Andy Caruso, Richard Barnhart
Andy Caruso was an instructional supervisor, reading consultant, principal, and founder of the largest US supplier of soccer equipment. He designed teaching aids, business seminars, and clinics for the licensing of football coaches. Andy has also coached ages 5 through adults for clubs and high school varsity male and females. He wrote various books on soccer coaching.
Dr. Richard Barnhart retired after 39 years of educational service including roles in management, supervision, and administration. He is recognized by peers as visionary and a consensus builder. Richard invented, managed, and influenced the development of instructional tools and approaches which exploit technology to improve student learning.

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Autor: Andy Caruso
ISBN-13 :: 9781782551034
ISBN: 1782551034
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.04.2017
Verlag: Meyer + Meyer Fachverlag
Gewicht: 548g
Seiten: 399
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 216x139x27 mm, 12 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen
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