In the new world of work, where continuous change has become the standard, knowledge has become a fly-by-night commodity. Innovation cycles spin so quickly that, despite years of experience and success, more than 50% of what we know might become irrelevant in the next 10 years. What matters now, more than ever, is that we seek out new paths and open ourselves up to learning. To stay ahead of the game and grow as we go along.

Getting there

We are Talenting People. Planting the seeds of continual self-renewal deeply within organizations and all its people. We are stimulating the hunger to discover and learn; rapidly and eagerly. Using the traits of the rookie mind as the tender and essential ingredients for this unique, developmental journey.

Curiosity

Let go of what we already know and become awed again. When we adopt the eyes of a traveler and learn to put assumptions aside, we can broaden our perspectives and see new possibilities. What is needed is an environment safe enough for asking questions.

Humility

Accept that we don’t know everything. Being humble is about recognizing our own limitations and mobilizing the expertise of others. If we are able to make the connection, we can learn through our relationships and use the collective wisdom. This requires a setting where we feel free to say what we think, even if it is controversial.

Courage

Forge ahead into new territory and try stuff. Using that little bit of naivety and a bunch of positivity. Courage is not jumping in impulsively. It’s about the accumulation of small steps, taking smart risks, facing your fears and building resilience to overcome setbacks. What is important is a culture that tolerates mistakes and embraces learning by doing.

We are developing people and teams. Customized programs on the steep side of the learning curve. When you are able to unlock the creative spirit and open yourself up to learning, every day will be a chance to improve as you go.

Interested? Let’s have a talk and exchange ideas!

Learning beats knowing
in the future of work.
speaker
Laura Soudijn
Laura Soudijn
My heart lies with structurally helping people and organizations. I do that while paying as much attention to business purposes, as to the people who are going to make it all happen. Fully convinced that standard solutions do not exist and that genuine results will only be achieved when talent gets to rein freely. And when people feel connected, both to the goal and to each other.