layout: post title: How We Lead date: ‘2019-04-08T10:56:00.001-04:00’ author: Michael Callaghan thumbnail: https://walkingriver.com/assets/img/ tags: learning,teaching,leading feature: assets/img/ cover_image: https://walkingriver.com/assets/img/ canonical_url: https://walkingriver.com/how-we-lead/ published: false —
This is the third post in my series about learning and teaching. In the first post, I discussed the four stages that everyone goes through when learning something new. In the second, I described different aspects of teaching students who are in each of those stages. In this post, I’ll tie them together and discuss how to lead someone (or a team) through these same stages.
To recap the four stages of learning, they are:
- Unconscious incompetence: You don’t know what you don’t know
- Conscious incompetence: You understand what you don’t know and want to learn
- Conscious competence: You start to understand, with effort
- Unconscious competence: You internalize your understanding and no longer have to thing about it. You just “get it.”