• 1. Learning Agility

    Adapting learning opportunities to rapidly changing environments

Learning agility fosters the ability to adapt learning to rapidly changing environments, including work, social, community and/or family. An agile learner can quickly absorb and make sense of new and complex information, use learning to adapt behaviours and approaches in the face of ambiguity and analyse trends

to see beyond the horizon.

Learning agility is critical to the ability of people at all life stages to navigate transformational changes to work and society. In what is a rapidly evolving economic and employment landscape, the ability to anticipate and prepare for future skill requirements, job expectations and work related tasks is increasingly critical for businesses, governments an individuals.

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16 February, 2023

Ava says:

Yes, of course. This is one of the most important skills for everyone to be able to adapt to a fast-paced environment.