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John P. Reiling: Nine Ways to Become a More Effective Learner

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The ability to learn effectively is one of the biggest skills you can have to move your career forward.

Being a good learner means that employers and clients will have faith that you can get up to speed qucily, even when you have nto done something before. This, in turn, provides you with a wider range of opportunities throughout your career.

Effective learning means that you will have a broader array of experiences, which is always valuable in moving up, moving around, being effective on the job, and being highly marketable.

In the knowledge economy of today, the skill of being a good learner is indispensable. And where you build skills and experience by having a core set of knowledge, that core will be bigger and stronger if you are a strong learner.

Here are nine things you can do to be a more effective learner:

  1. Practice Learning! Continuously! Incorporate new techniques to become a better learner.
  2. Learn in multiple ways. Seeing things from different angles gives you perspective and clarity.
  3. Teach another person. Take every opportunity to share any knowledge, as it will not only help someone else, but will also reinforce your learning.
  4. Associate new knowledge with prior experience. This will give a practical bent to what you are learning and add to the richness of your past experiences.
  5. Gain practical experience. Put to use what you are learning, and then you’ll “own it”. Knowledge without action is not worth much!
  6. Be willing to struggle – but not too long. At some point, struggling while learning becomes ineffective. Know when to seek help!
  7. Understand your preferred learning style. Try it different ways, but know what works best for you is very useful!
  8. Leverage testing! Testing yourself, whether through exam simulations or questions of your own making is one of the most effective techniques.
  9. Avoid multi-tasking! This is a distraction, and can get in the way of really understanding what you are doing.

As a final note, whether teaching others, or learning on your own, try to weave emotions into your learning – humor, empathy, sadness, and fear. All make “dry” facts easier to swallow. One way to do that is “story telling” – a favorite learning technique for humans over history.

For more information on improving your learning effectiveness, see “How to Become a Better Learner” at blog.pmtrainingonline.com/how-to-become-a-better-learner/

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John Reiling, PMP
PM Training Online

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