One of the things that differentiates us as humans from the other life forms on the planet is our ability to learn - to learn deeply and broadly. And while so many of us think of learning as being school-related, today we're talking about social and peer learning.

Social learning is a theory that was formulated by Albert Bandura, and in short it says we can learn from others by observation. For example,

  • Learning from others in a meeting
  • How to carry yourself
  • Peer learning

Now we all do these things every day, but what I am going to talk about in the video below is how we can be more intentional in this learning. Because if we can be more intentional about it, we can differentiate ourselves in the workplace, reach our goals, and be more successful. 

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