The 70 20 10 Learning Model

The 70 20 10 learning model for learning and development was originated by Morgan McCall and his team of researchers from the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). By asking 200 or so executives how they believe they learned, they calculated that the most successful and effective managers learn lessons according to the following ratio: 70%

Use Microlearning As Part Of Your 70-20-10 Approach To Development

The 70 20 10 model sits at the heart of all good L&D strategy, and it dictates that: 70% of our learning will occur through everyday work tasks and challenges and practice; 20% of our learning comes from others via coaching, mentoring, collaboration, team work and exploiting personal networks;  and just 10% of learning comes

5 Advantages Of Using The 70-20-10 Model

When talking about learning a new skill, the first thing that comes to mind is going on a training course. However, how much do you really learn on a one or two day course? It’s said that the most effective way to learn anything is through day-to-day challenges and the exposure to others around you.