Your employees probably think that you, as their manager, already know how to do everything and are only looking to catch their mistakes and reprimand them or make corrections. This is (or at least should be) furthest from the truth. While it is your job to catch their mistakes, it is not your job to[…..]
Today we’re going to continue with our exploration of the various types of management models available by taking a look at the Kolb learning cycle. According to David Kolb, there are four main stages to any learning cycle. When all four stages are met, an individual has the ability to assimilate new information. When an[…..]
The Honey and Mumford Learning Cycle theory states that individuals each have unique ways of learning – and no two are alike. Can you adjust your teaching strategies so that you can train as many employees as possible without confusing or losing one along the way?