Never Stop Learning

Bradley R Staats 

Harvard Business Review Press 

Change is constant in today’s working environment. The traditional notion of a linear path in one organisation is disappearing, and even for those staying put, existing jobs are continually transforming. Bradley Staats outlines why success now demands continuous learning and provides a framework to help readers become dynamic leaders. Staats said: ‘If we fail to learn, we risk becoming irrelevant.’

However, Staats argues that humans are bad at learning because of areas such as the fear of failure, the tendency to follow others, and the obsession with outcomes. In light of this, Staats offers practical, proven strategies for overcoming these challenges. He explained: ‘You are the one person over whom you have the most control.’

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