Join Izzy Gesell for an in-depth discussion in this video The four levels of adult learning, part of Leading with Applied Improv.
- So, lemme ask you to think about, for a few minutes,…actually, let's say half a minute, based on your experience today:…what are you gonna start doing that you haven't been doing?…And you don't have to share this, this is for yourself.…What are you gonna stop doing, that you've been doing,…that has been getting in your way?…And what are you gonna continue doing that's been working,…and you wanna continue doing?…And you can do this at any point.…This is not just for right now.…What I'd like to share with you is just a look…at how we take a learning model here.…
And the learning model that I was using was...…What I refer to it as "The Four Levels of Adult Learning."…And the first level is unconscious incompetence:…we don't know what we don't know.…So, in this case, we didn't know that we didn't know…that improv could be used as a leadership tool.…The second stage, and the function one of this activity,…was to bring you to conscious incompetence:…"I now know what I don't know.…I don't know how to do all this kinda stuff."…
- Define self-talk and explain how it relates to the way you handle stress.
- Recognize the behaviors that must be incorporated into your life to become successful at improv.
- Examine how empathy can help you become a stronger leader.
- Identify situations in which people are willing to take a larger risk.
- List the four levels of adult learning.