The importance of professional learning
Professional learning is what trainers and mentors engage in to stimulate their thinking and professional knowledge. This allows them to ensure that their practice is critically informed and up-to-date.
The most important investment
Daniels Pavluts, a management advisory and training expert, highlighted that the single most important investment in our life is education. Research indicates that 43% professionals do not work in their profession for which they have studied for. However, this does not constitute a faultier.
Over time our focus might change, and we need to know how to make that new choice. The best experts are being considered as a specialist in one profession so before you change or decide what you should do, take for consideration the following guidelines.
Listen to yourself
Sarri Gilman believes that you need to really listen to yourself. Both, to your yes’s and no’s. Only then is much easier to answer the question, what do you think you will be good at? Chance are it is going to be useful for others.
Skills or competencies
Broad competences are becoming more important as they make you prepared for major changes. Currently, 40% of the new types of jobs are hard to predict. The question is how much risk you are willing to take investing in the new field.
The key message from Pavluts is “if you want to do something that has never been done before, you need to do something that has never been done before”
TAYGo – something that has never been done before!
How to grow effectively and save time? How to get benefits of delayed gratification and have fast results? In answer to these questions, we have conducted research which resulted in the development of TAYGo learning process. This system is designed for any professional who is busy, focused and want to reach an expert level the fastest way possible. You can try TAYGo or any other method you believe is the most suitable for you as long as you keep learning! However, if you don’t want to stay behind? Check TAYGo now!