This year seems to be the year of learning transfer at TMS. We have run webinars, events and developed training resources all focused on how to keep learning alive after participants have read their Team Management Profiles(TMP).
This article introduces another new resource to help keep learning on the agenda. We have taken the 70-20-10 formula*, applied it to the Team Management Wheel and created a diagram of post-workshop learning options. Click here to see it!
The resource comes with a brief overview on how to use it. The key thing to remember is that while it offers many solutions it will not have all the answers. It is also a good idea to encourage learners to review all the options around the Wheel and not just the ones relating to their major role.
This mastermind idea came from the Learning & Development Manager at World Vision Australia who is looking to use TMPs to support effective individual development plans. The aim is to embed the TMS language into the organisation by linking TMP work preferences to preferred learning styles. If you are looking at following this stroke of brilliance and making the most of your investment into TMS Profiles, I recommend you take a leaf from this book.
* The 70/20/10 formula describes how learning occurs: 70% from real life and on-the-job experiences, tasks and problem-solving; 20% is from feedback and from observing and working with role models, and this would include feedback from psychometric assessments; 10% is from formal training.