Wheel of Knowledge

This is absolutely one of my favourite discussions!  When we talk about learning curves, coaching, mentoring, training, and education, it’s a great starting point.  What do you know?  What don’t you know?  Most importantly, we need to identify the danger area for your success: How do you figure out what you don’t know you don’t know?   If you’re intrigued, see the attached article … I call this activity “THE WHEEL OF KNOWLEDGE” (although I’m not sure that’s what it’s referred to in scientific circles)   🙂  –RBGM

Wheel of Knowledge

Link to full article:  http://www.doceo.co.uk/tools/knowing.htm

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