Editor’s note: If we are going to do do things differently in a post-Covid 19 world then we will need new thinking. The question is, how will we get to that transformational thinking? I’m a big fan of Nancy Kline’s Thinking Environment and in this piece, Kline describes why encouraging thinking in the right way can help generative – and transformational thinking to occur.
Recently, I was a part of a really good and stimulating Twitter conversation that involved…
Editor’s note: It is hard to find the time to pause, think and reflect. And yet, this process is key to learning. It’s also good for us more generally. Could employers design workspaces for quiet reflection?
Editor’s note: This is a great piece on why walking is great for thinking. A good reason to do more thinking then.
Editor’s note: This research looks at reflection on experience – or rather reflection on doing – as opposed to learning by doing and shows just how important reflection is in the learning process.
Editor’s note: One for all you sedentary workers out there. If we know exercise makes us think better why isn’t it programmed into our working day?
Editor’s note: Research shows that employees feel they are good at doing what they are told. But is this good enough for businesses looking to grow and innovate? Doing a task and seeing possibilities beyond that task could be very powerful.
Editor’s note: physically moving around helps our brains function well, according to Daniel Kahneman, author of Thinking Fast and Slow. So why don’t we move around more at work, asks Flora Marriott.
Kickstarting a new series on What’s informing your thinking? we ask learning professionals to share…