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I was reminded recently of one of my favorite streams of research which I discovered early in my grad school years called The Lessons of Experience (aka Key Events). It came out of the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) in the late 1980s (so long ago!) and continues still today. The idea is that management development occurs more from experience than training and has been conceptualized as the 70-20-10 framework of learning: 10% comes from classroom training, 20% comes from other people, and 70% comes from experiences, usually job-related. Experience-based development requires planning, identification of stretch assignments and other developmental experiences, and then a mechanism to ensure the learning occurs. * * To get the full value of the experience, the learner must process and reflect on what happened. A coach can be … [Read More...]