Whole-System Learning principles:

  1. When both the emotional mind and rational mind are engaged, learning has an immediate impact, lasts longer, and is more readily recalled.
  2. When learners discover concepts and insights for themselves (as opposed to "being taught") they are motivated to learn and more likely to apply what they have learned.
  3. Effective change solutions exhibit elegant simplicity; learning retention increases when learners go deeper in fewer areas, rather than shallower in more.
  4. Learning is like medicine, best in small doses; following each dose with reflection and practice increases retention and organizational impact.
  5. Acknowledging and reinforcing strengths improves performance over the long haul; a ‘culture of success’ releases discretionary effort.

 

 

 

 

Whole-System LearningEngaging head, heart and hands.