Using Science to Identify Future Leaders: Part II – The Measurement of Learning Agility
The construct of learning agility and high potential talent are explored in a series of three whitepapers. In Part II, I discuss how this construct has been measured by various consulting firms. The following five facets of learning agility are most often assessed: (a) mental agility, (b) results agility, (c) people agility, (d) change agility, and (e) self-awareness. More recently, research has suggested two additional facets should be measured: (f) feedback responsiveness and (g) mindfulness. The issues of response faking and social desirability also are discussed within the context of using self-assessments of learning agility.
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