Collaboration is at the heart of what we do. Without it, we would not be able to explore new paths, learn new skills, and grow this company together. This provocation shares some ways to increase our collaboration skills so that we can continue to learn and share from each other.
During our Stay Hungry quarter, we touched on the importance of developing a growth mindset to continue our learning, develop new skills, explore new opportunities, and take on new challenges. This provocation explores how growth and fixed mindsets relate to our talents and strengths.
In this provocation, you will find tips to increase your listening skills. Listening to others allows us to learn new information and gain a new perspective. It also gives others the space to share. When we can take the time to listen and allow others to share, we build trust and rapport.
Opportunities such as leading an SK Academy, speaking at a conference, or delivering a pitch to a potential client can benefit from having an engaging presentation. This provocation shares some tips on ways to engage your audience so that you can effectively transfer knowledge.
In this provocation, you will discover how reflection aids in our ability to learn new things and practice becoming better. You'll have an opportunity to reflect on a recent project to identify what learning took place and what was successful and not so successful. Afterward, you will be able to use this reflection to put together best practices for future projects.
Researchers have proposed that it takes 10 years or 10,000 hours to master a new skill, but mastery is not always needed to put a skill to use. This provocation gives you strategies to learn a new skill in less time to get your desired results.
In this provocation, you'll discover how identifying and utilizing your strengths leads to greater satisfaction, productivity, and success in your work. You'll be able to see the benefits of knowing what your strengths are and be in a better position to make a meaningful impact at Stable Kernel and other areas of your life.
This provocation introduces the concepts of neuroplasticity, short-term potentiation, and long-term potentiation. You'll learn the difference between short-term and long-term potentiation and discover the importance of long-term potentiation for intellectual growth. At the end of the provocation, you will be invited to reflect on some long-term potentiation you have acquired while at Stable Kernel.