Get the most out of your daily work

Most of what you learn at work takes place as you do your job; it’s just that most people are not aware of the learning that comes from daily work experiences.

This Challenge will help you get the most out of your day job so that you can benefit from your everyday work activities. The 30 daily tasks will consider a number of different aspects of your daily work which includes how to address your own performance problems, as well as how to work well with your manager, your team and other colleagues. It will look at how you can learn from these and other work experiences, and become more aware of your own development and growth at work.

Your goal in this Challenge is to develop a number of new approaches to learning from your daily work experiences that you will be able to continue after the Challenge ends.

The Challenge is available as a daily email programme which you can sign up to at any time. The daily email will keep you on track and point you to the daily task online, where you can share your thoughts with others. There is also guidance and support available if required. Follow the payment instructions below.

How to become a Modern Professional Learner
A collection of 100 tasks (selected from all 5 Challenges) to help you thrive in the new world of work.
Cost £25 Available mid-October. Pre-order your copy now.



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In the case of the EMAIL PROGRAMME: After you complete this transaction you receive an email from us with your joining details. If you do not receive the email within 24 hours, please contact