“What are you learning?” is the question at play in all the work we do.
The goal of career development is to move from jobs that anyone can do → jobs that only you can do.— Jennifer Kim (@jenistyping) April 13, 2020
How? I see at least two distinct paths:
- Unique job experiences
- Unique approaches to common job experiences
Learn. Create. Share. Repeat.— Niels Pflaeging (@NielsPflaeging) September 19, 2020
That pretty much sums it up.
Learning is as natural as breathing, and nearly as necessary.
We need to move beyond defining learning, especially at work, as just the process of gaining new skills and knowledge. Learning is work and it’s because everything, as it always has, is always changing.
Work is learning and learning is the work, but it's a major shift for many pic.twitter.com/db4Jb8Wlnw— Harold Jarche (@hjarche) September 12, 2014
When doing the work is also understood as learning, every project at work has (at least) three available questions:
- What do you desire to learn?
- What can you learn?
- What should you learn?