What do you mean learning styles aren’t real? Teri Hart is a corporate learning executive with 25+ years of experience in learning and development at top companies. She is also the author of Hardwired to Learn: Leveraging the Self-Sustaining Power of Lifelong Learning. In this conversation, Teri dispels myths about how people learn and shares practical ways individuals can learn better and companies can better educate their people.
- Teri Hart on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terihart/
- Hardwired to Learn by Teri Hart: https://www.amazon.com/Hardwired-Learn-Leveraging-Self-sustaining-Lifelong/dp/0578300079/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
(1:46) – What does it mean to be a lifelong learner?
(3:36) – What portion of the population that you see are proactive in learning?
(6:28) – What are some of the most common myths surrounding learning?
(9:29) – What do you mean that there are no learning styles?
(13:07) – How much of the sentiment that we stop learning as adults are just us not wanting to look stupid, or do something hard?
(18:45) – How do you cultivate a culture of curiosity and vulnerability?
(22:04) – How do you coach people to recognize they’ve been closed off? Is it possible to spark their intrinsic motivation?
(28:59) – What is the process for learning?
(34:56) – How would you define someone’s purpose?
(40:19) – What are some learning hacks that you’ve developed?