We started our project last december with a first meeting aimed at identifying the distinctive characteristics of the work environment and the organisational climate. The result was that LinkedIn is really a great place to work for, however it could always improve. We started our discussion with a strong topic: diversity in team building (the focus of the last meeting).
A generative learning session aimed at enhancing relationship dynamics, values, advantages, professional feedback and critical conditions in relationship management.
Learning is a natural act of our life
In an experimental way, we lived a strong learning experience focused on coming to light sentiments, values, obstacles and strengths in daily professional context and in ordinary social business situations. In fact, in everyday actions, we learn constantly and optimize processes and efforts. This happens continually, even though we are not aware of it.
Learning is generally related to the concept of “study” but people learn also from daily experiences, and this process never stops during our existence
Generative Learning Methodology
We spoke about the Generative Learning Theory as a physiological way to encourage people to become fully immersed in learning, so that they can develop new strategies to solve problems or scenarios.
Thanks to this methodology – Marika Trainer and Laura Coach – did not have to fill in the “gaps” in instructing learners because Teachers – better, the Facilitators – simply provided them with new information, rather than just a background of the content.
Generative Learning Methodology makes the learning process more effective and engaging
Some insights about the experience
Everyone spoke about what they considered the most important professional values, then the entire team identified patterns and came up with a unified set of values.
To conclude, the Team agreed on identified values that move people towards company goals.
Nothing is predictable
Have you ever thought about the importance of the ability to adapt to unexpected situations?
Have you ever considered to fight each situation in an innovative way (when necessary)?
Every LinkedIn member – blindfolded – thought about key words, situations, emotions, processes that had come out previously
This unusual situation – being deprived of one of the most important senses, the sight – transformed the participants’ vision and their processing capability, by emphasizing the importance of facing a new situation and using alternative tools.
– Marika for her contribution
– Luis Alvarez, the only man admitted, silent and patient observer
– all participants – the magnificent Women@LinkedIn 🙂
– Marcello Albergoni, a visionary and innovative Manager
See you next time
a great smile by Coach Laura