The Goldilocks Principle states that there’s an optimal level of difficulty for tasks: not too easy, not too hard. Just right.
Posts Tagged: Challenge
“Innovation” is the buzzword we always hear. We’re encouraged to do innovate but are afraid of doing it. Why?
NSF wants to create a 21st-century workforce. The agency released a Career Compass Challenge on Nov. 9th and announced the winners of the first part on Friday.
When an opportunity is properly seeded and people can see it for themselves, intellectual energy is naturally created. The next step is to focus that energy by providing a challenge in such a way that it creates a huge stretch for a team or organization.
It is never too late to learn something new. Check out this blog for suggestions on how to give yourself opportunities to learn without ever signing up for a class.
Learn from a millennial’s firsthand experience and apply these 3 tips to challenge yourself professionally.
If you have not yet considered whether or not you are supervisory material, reflect inward. Ask yourself why or why not. Challenge yourself to grow.
Deadra Welcome, Learning and Performance Strategist at the U.S. Census Bureau, gave a great presentation on Creating a Learning Challenge at the Training Officer’s Consortium’s Annual Executive Institute in Ocean City, MD this week. Deadra shared her experience in building and delivering an engaging 30-day HRU learning challenge with no budget at the Department ofRead… Read more »
Today, I will try to challenge you. As a young professional, I often hear key phrases like this when attending career info or advice sessions. Established professionals at some point always say how important it is to “Challenge yourself! Get out of your comfort zone! Do something that makes you scared.” When I hear suchRead… Read more »
Researchers call that area right outside our comfort zone a state of optimal anxiety. It’s not too overwhelming, but it’s not too easy, and it’s where we often do our best work.