Learning ability is what enables one to learn something new and be able to apply it in the right scenario.
Pinning down your learning style allows you to commit to a training programme which makes sense for you.
A high IQ equals high learning potential? To a certain extent, yes, since our reasoning abilities can have a direct impact on our learning abilities.
With the advent of new technologies, we are expected to work at breakneck speed and demonstrate an unparalleled level of agility. So, to stay competitive, we need to constantly take in new information and hone our ability to learn at a faster rate.
Data is now at the heart of all our decisions. Our hyper-connected world generates more than 2.5 trillion bytes of data every day. And that isn’t even close to the amount of data that our brain can process in less than a second. So in terms of recruitment, who to entrust our decision-making: data or our intuition? This is the Cornelian dilemma that haunts recruiters today more than ever. Smart Data: an intelligent asset?