Why we must deliberately embed curiosity instead of conformity

CLO Magazine

Conformity involves restraining beliefs, attitudes, behaviors and actions that are suspected to (or actually do) deviate from or disrupt social expectations, conventions or norms. Maslow proposed that though we crave stability, we also paradoxically yearn for disruption (via growth).

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The Reskilling Revolution versus the ‘clay layer’

CLO Magazine

The need for security and safety ranks just above the need for food, water and shelter in Maslow’s hierarchy. Hence, doing the hard work of adopting a lifelong learning attitude, and being agile and accepting of change, runs counter to our human nature.

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The Sherlock Holmes effect

CLO Magazine

By the term ‘ wide-awakeness ’ we want to denote a plane of consciousness of highest tension originating in an attitude of full attention to life and its requirements. The post The Sherlock Holmes effect appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

Beyond the Hype: Technology’s True Place in Learning

CLO Magazine

As a result of the evolution of digital devices — see Table — generational cohorts have different attitudes about technology use and adoption in the workplace. Similar to Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs — the theory of human motivation — adult learning is based on fundamental psychological needs. Tags: technology The post Beyond the Hype: Technology’s True Place in Learning appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.