Who wants to "learn"? LO6278

John Paul Fullerton (jpf@mail.myriad.net)
Thu, 28 Mar 1996 14:25:26 +0000

First of all - in my note - I do!

My boss and I were talking the other day, and he mentioned that
people don't like the idea of "learning". It prompted memory of
statements like

o Oh, I guess you learned something.
o Well, did you learn anything?
o You're going to have to learn a lot before you can do that.
o Well, at least you learned something.

The invitation to learning may need salesmanship suited to the
individual :)

In less conspiratorial terms, the opportunity, benefit, and
already-begun increase of learning should be more emphasized than the
"back to school" sense of the word. Could I interest you in some
selection methods, leverage techniques, and retention skills?

Have a nice day
John Paul Fullerton


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