Agility

55% of leadership success depends on their Learning Agility

Find and build Learning Agility, the most significant predictor of future performance

Learning Agility is the ability to quickly develop effective new behaviours based on new experiences. It is one of the strongest predictors of success, especially during times of change.

Change is constant. Agility is critical in order to remain effective. The Oxford dictionary defines agility as "the ability to move quickly and easily" and "the ability to think and understand quickly".

Learning Agility provides you with a common language and scientific framework for measuring and developing agility. Understanding Learning Agility is imperative in order to understand how well people deal with change, their learning styles in new situations, their level of effectiveness when dealing with ambiguity and how to support the development of their agility.

Research clearly shows that people with high Learning Agility:

  • are more agile and respond quickly and effectively to new situations
  • are more effective leaders
  • outperform their peers
  • increase the performance of a team
  • maintain performance when circumstances change

People with higher Learning Agility are generally more successful, especially when the situation is unclear or changing rapidly.

Learning Agility is a framework for measuring and developing agility; it provides deep insight into how people respond to change and ambiguity.

Learning Agility assessments are used for selection, promotion, succession planning and to support the development of the agility of individuals and teams.

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