Feedback from those in all areas of one’s life provides information that facilitates learning to be more adaptive in learning and life.
Having the ability to use all nine sets of learning style skills is a means of developing personal and professional effectiveness. The Learning Flexibility 360° framework creates a picture of how you currently use these key skills associated with learning styles. By understanding which skills you use and which you do not, you will be able to form a learning and development plan that expands your repertoire. Ideally, you will develop the ability to use all the learning skills by learning from experience.
This Learning Flexibility 360° Feedback Report includes your self-assessment and the assessment of you completed by others. It is a comprehensive profile of your current strengths as well as your development opportunities.
When used effectively, the survey can:
- Encourage candid and honest communication between you and your colleagues.
- Identify your professional strengths and developmental opportunities.
- Give you the opportunity to improve your skills by being more aware of others’ perceptions and observations of your performance.
- Guide your conversations with your colleagues and ensure that you remain informed of their observations and suggestions.
- Your detailed personal feedback report gives you ways to use the feedback to reach your full potential, as well as specific suggestions for action.
How It Works
The Learning Flexibility 360° Assessment is an online assessment. It takes 30–60 minutes to complete.
In addition to your own participation in the self-assessment, you will also choose people from all parts of your life — your boss, peers, colleagues, direct reports, family members and friends — to answer questions about you and your interactions.
Upon completion, you will receive a detailed report on your self-assessment, your assessment from others, and how you can use learning flexibility to improve your life and work.
Who Should Take This Assessment?
Any individual who wants to take his or her learning and development a step further into experiential learning principles, particularly coaches and those who work with others.