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Learning how to learn

“The most successful people in life are the ones who ask questions. They’re always learning. They’re always growing. They’re always pushing.”

-Robert Kiyosaki

Learning and re-learning are essential skills for success. Our Learning Knacks assess how an individual is able to process information and ultimately apply it to their life and work. After all, the world of work is rapidly changing making it imperative that employees are able to re-skill and pick up new information quickly.

Learn more about our Learning Knacks below (or try them out for yourself in the KnackApp for Business):

Rapid Learning

People with a knack for rapid learning:
– enjoy the process of learning 
– think of mistakes as opportunities to learn
– enjoy an intellectual challenge
– adapt to new environments quickly
– are open to new ideas

Having a Digital Mindset

People with a digital mindset:
– experiment to solve new problems and see meaning in numbers
– are willing to embrace change
– take calculated risks
– handle setbacks and find workarounds
– guide others and lead change

Having a Growth Mindset

People with a growth mindset:
– believe in their ability to learn and change
– are energized, not intimidated, by a challenge
– believe in developing talents through hard work
– think of mistakes as opportunities to learn
– enjoy the process of learning

Thriving on Feedback

People who thrive on feedback:
– are open to new ideas and ways of doing things
– are modest and humble
– can handle the stress and challenge of learning new things
– take satisfaction in doing things well
– believe in their ability to succeed

Seeking Knowledge

People with a knack for seeking knowledge:
– seek out new ideas
– embrace different experiences
– have an appetite for the unknown
– tend to be creative
– like to find and solve puzzles

Interested in discovering your skills or turbocharging your organization? Join the Knack platform!

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