“Can you measure learnability?
The Manpower Group has developed a web-based visual assessment to individual each individual’s Learnability Quotient (LQ). Results are expressed via three dimensions:
- Adventurous – the intrinsic desire to explore
- Intellectual – the motivation to learn
- Unconventional – questions the status quo.
The score indicates an employee’s agility and level of motivation for self-development which also allows an organization to make decisions around development.” – in the Modern Workplace Learning in 2018, an ebook by Jane Hart
So I did the assessment on: https://www.learnabilityquotient.com
My results: “Thinker. Free Spirit. Thrill Seeker”
Self-assessements are useful to get to know me better, and somehow having data and patterns on why and how I am / become what I am inside and outside the workplace.
What are the science and the approaches behind the curtail of those self-assessment tools, though? I wondered when I did these self-assessments tests.
What matters to me is to share how I am and become a modern professional learner:
“Keeping a journal also allows you to read back to get perspective on your life, and recover ideas and attitudes from your younger self that would otherwise likely be lost.” — @rossdawson https://rossdawson.com/blog/it-is-time-to-share-more-of-myself/ #WOL #LOL (Learning Out Loud)