Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn _ Open to City of Baltimore employees only
Sometimes You Win - Sometimes You Learn
This class is for City of Baltimore employees only
For most of us, the greatest lessons we learn in life are from our losses. Everyone experiences loss, but not everyone learns from it. In the best-seller, Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn, Dr. John Maxwell explores the most common lessons we learn when we experience loss.
Building on that foundation, this class will walk you through the ways to turn a setback into a step forward by examining the eleven elements that make up the DNA of those who learn:
Humility - The Spirit of Learning
Reality - The Foundation of Learning
Responsibility - The First Step of Learning
Improvement - The Focus of Learning
Hope - The Motivation for Learning
Teachability - The Pathway of Learning
Adversity - The Catalyst of Learning
Problems - The Opportunities for Learning
Bad Experiences - The Perspective of Learning
Change - The Price of Learning
Maturity - The Value of Learning
Learning is not easy during down times; it takes discipline to do the right thing when everything is wrong. This workshop provides a roadmap to do just that.
“Experience isn't the best teacher; evaluated experience is.” - John Maxwell
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will:
Be able to recognize the eleven elements of experiential learning
Demonstrate their ability to self-reflect
Gain insight into developing their personal path of progress
Target Audience: All City Employees
Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: City of Baltimore Learning Center
7 E. Redwood, 15th Floor, Key Learning Lab
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Upon confirmation of enrollment, employees should note the date(s), time(s) and location of the training class(es) on their personal calendars and make every effort to attend as scheduled. Employees should be considerate and understand that by failing to attend a class as scheduled, they limit another employee who may have been able to attend. Any request to cancel a registration needs to be received at least three working days prior to the scheduled class date. If notification is not received at least three working days prior to the class start date, or the applicant does not show up for class, the applicant will be considered a "no-show". The agency will be charged for the full amount and no credit or refund will be issued. The Training Division reserves the right to cancel a class if the number of registrations received is such that it would make it cost prohibitive to conduct the class.
If you have any questions or are unable to attend this training, please call the DHR Learning & Development team at 410-396-1411 or email dHJhaW5pbmcgfCBiYWx0aW1vcmVjaXR5ICEgZ292